Nothing will change Trump’s White House fight, lawyer tells BBC

President Donald Trump’s legal team remains confident in their ability to fight against the results of the 2020 presidential election, despite numerous setbacks in the courts and the certification of Joe Biden as the winner. In an interview with the BBC, one of Trump’s lawyers, Jenna Ellis, made it clear that they will continue to pursue all legal avenues to challenge the election results.

Ellis acknowledged that the path ahead for Trump is difficult, with the Electoral College set to meet on December 14 to officially elect Joe Biden as the next president. However, she emphasized that the legal team is dedicated to ensuring that every legal vote is counted and that any instances of fraud or irregularities are thoroughly investigated.

The Trump campaign has filed numerous lawsuits in battleground states such as Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, alleging widespread voter fraud and irregularities. However, many of these lawsuits have been dismissed by judges for lack of evidence or legal standing. Despite these setbacks, Ellis remains undeterred in her belief that the election was marred by fraud and that Trump is the rightful winner.

Critics have accused the Trump campaign of engaging in baseless conspiracy theories and attempting to overturn the will of the American people. However, Ellis maintains that their efforts are focused on upholding the integrity of the electoral process and ensuring that every legal vote is counted.

As the Electoral College vote looms closer, it remains to be seen what avenues Trump’s legal team will pursue next. With time running out and the certification of the election results proceeding, it will be an uphill battle for Trump to change the outcome of the election.

Despite the challenges ahead, Ellis and the rest of Trump’s legal team are prepared to continue the fight. As she told the BBC, “Nothing will change until every legal vote is counted and every illegal vote is thrown out.” The coming weeks will be crucial in determining the outcome of this unprecedented election battle, but one thing is certain – the Trump administration is not going down without a fight.

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