The Trump campaign is accusing The Washington Post of publishing a “complete mischaracterization” of an election lawsuit against Pennsylvania over the state’s ballot counting process.
The Post ran a story on Sunday evening reporting that the Trump campaign had altered its lawsuit against Pennsylvania to throw out claims that the state blocked GOP observers from viewing the vote-counting process. The claim against the state sought to remove over 600,000 votes as invalid. According to the Post:
Trump’s attorneys filed a revised version of the lawsuit, removing allegations that election officials violated the Trump campaign’s constitutional rights by limiting the ability of their observers to watch votes being counted.
Trump and Rudolph W. Giuliani, his personal attorney, have said repeatedly that more than 600,000 votes in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh should be invalidated because of this issue.
Trump’s pared-down lawsuit now focuses on allegations that Republicans were illegally disadvantaged because some Democratic-leaning counties allowed voters to fix errors on their