Transcript for Pennsylvania judge tosses Trump campaign lawsuit
We turn to the latest on president trump still clinging to baselesslaims of widespread fraud. The evidence that there's no there there is backed up by judges around the country tossing out some 30 cases, including one in Pennsylvania. The judge likening this to Frankenstein's monster. Let's bring in Terry Moran. Reporter: What's emerged as a contrast in leadership. Prident trump is constructing an alternative reality rejected by court after court. Governor Larry hogan saying what trump is doing makes U.S. Look like a banana republic. A tale of two presidents. President-Elect Joe Biden the winner of the November 3rd election forging ahead with his transition before sworn in on January 20th. Sources tell ABC news Biden has made his selection for secretary of state, Antony blinken, right there in the situation room with Biden and president Obama when 0 is a ma bin laden was killed. Meanwhile president trump often seen golfing refusing to concede the election. Which I won. Reporter: More Republicans are acknowledging the election is over. Senator murkowskirging president trump to begin the full transition process. Chris Christie calling on the president to drop his court challenges. This has been a national Reporter: Trump's lawyers talk a big game, but when it comes to proving anything in court they are failing. So far they've lost 30 cases. The president's campaign now abruptly cutting ties with one of its key attorneys, Sidney Powell. Following a major defeat in Pennsylvania where Biden leads by 80,000 votes and trump is pushing the court to toss out millions, that effort was Brus kly swatted down. The judge comparing the trump campaign's case to frank even stein's monster. All this matters while trump rails on Twitter and flails in court. His administration won't share critical plans for distributing the covid vaccine with President-Elect Biden's team. Ron klain warning of a potential fiasco ahead. If the trump administration's position that we're supposed to trust them, that's a hard sell to the American people. Reporter: The clock is ticking as more states move to certify their elections. Cecelia? George?
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