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group Trump has an additional day jam-packed with courtroom losses in effort to overturn elections

President Donald Trump looks on in the James Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House on Nov. 20, 2020 in Washington, D.C.

team Trump had one more dangerous day in court docket Friday, with losses in Nevada, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Arizona. Whew. That’s lots.

An effort in Minnesota state courts to block the certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s win there? brushed aside via the Minnesota Supreme court docket. (The votes had been certified Nov. 24, by the way.)

An enchantment of an earlier loss in an try to block certification of votes in Wayne County? Rejected with the aid of the Michigan courtroom of Appeals.

A lawsuit through would-be Republican electors in Nevada attempting to get the effects of the state’s elections overturned? brushed aside via a state decide, because he found “no credible or authentic facts that the 2020 commonplace election in Nevada turned into suffering from fraud.”

Aaaand then the Wisconsin Supreme court docket referred to that letting the Republican state legislature select the winner, a circulation that could require surroundings apart the already certified vote, “would look like exceptional in American historical past,” and dismissed a conservative community’s lawsuit attempting to just do that.

That’s no longer all, though.