Transcript for Trump running out of time as courts, recounts knockdown his election challenge
Let's turn to the white house transition. President trump has lost some new battles over election results in his ongoing fight to push the unfounded claim of massive voter fraud. White house correspondent Rachel Scott is in Washington with much more on this story. Rachel, good morning to you. Reporter: Dan, good morning. With every case, with every recount, the president is not only failing to overturn the results of the election, he's actually proving to back up what state and local officials have been saying now for weeks that the 2020 election was safe and secure. Overnight, election workers in Milwaukee county finally wrapped up the recount the president's campaign paid millions for and it did nothing to change the outcome of the results. In fact, Joe Biden's lead only increased. This recount demonstrated what we already know, that elections in Milwaukee cou are fair, transparent, accurate and secure. Reporter: For weeks the president has been trying to overturn an election he overwhelmingly lost, making baseless claims about widespread voter fraud. You're going to see things happening over the next week or two that are going to be shocking to people. Reporter: President trump focused on challenging votes in predominantly black cities tweeting, when you see what happened in Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Milwaukee, massive voter fraud, but his legal team has presented no evidence to back up any of his claims. At least 30 cases have been tossed out of court. Judge after judge calling their arguments meritless and speculative. The latest in Pennsylvania, the federal appeals court handing the president yet another defeat and this time the scathing opinion from a judge the president appointed himself. Stephanos bibas writing, calling an election unfair does not make it so. Charges require specific allegations and then proof. We have neither here. Adding, voters not lawyers choose the preside and Biden's team tells me those lawsuits are desperate and meritless and they are moving forward with the transition and the President-Elect has a busy week ahead, he's expected to receive his first presidential brief Monday and roll out members of his economic team next week. Eva.
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