The loss in the Pennsylvania case has gotta hurt.
The latest addition to Trump's legal team in Pennsylvania said on his talk-radio show that "litigation will not work." But that was last week.
The embarrassing climb-down marks just the latest self-own for Trumpworld lawyers.
The firm filed suit on behalf of the Trump campaign on Monday. By Thursday, it had quit the case.
Richard Hopkins, a Pennsylvania postal worker, is not standing by his previous claims.
House Democrats say that during a conversation with an investigator, the Pennsylvania USPS employee recanted his story about ballot tampering.
"This is all I’ve been doing. What do I do after this?”
Without Pennsylvania, President Trump would have no path to a second term.
The car the men drove to the Pennsylvania Convention Center had QAnon stickers all over it.
It's Schrödinger's vote count.
The group, run by Trump allies, is spreading disinformation about the election and calling for "boots on the ground to protect the integrity of the vote."