After Pennsylvania court docket defeat, Trump faces new strain to concede

After a scathing court docket setback in Pennsylvania, President Donald Trump faces elevated strain from his fellow Republicans to drop his effort to overturn the U.S. presidential election and concede to Democrat Joe Biden.

Since Biden was declared the winner two weeks in the past, Trump has launched a barrage of lawsuits and mounted a strain marketing campaign to stop states from certifying their vote totals.


To this point, makes an attempt to thwart certification have failed in courts in Georgia, Michigan and Arizona.

On Saturday, Matthew Brann, a Republican federal choose nominated by former President Barack Obama, dismissed an analogous effort in Pennsylvania, writing that the case amounted to “strained authorized arguments with out advantage and speculative accusations.”