The last round of counting of presidential elections is going on in America. President Donald Trump’s team sued Joe Biden’s victory on November 3 in the US state of Michigan. Now President Trump’s election campaign team has said he is withdrawing the lawsuit in Michigan. On the other hand, the Wisconsin Election Commission ordered Thursday to re-count more than 800,000 votes cast in the two counties at the request of President Donald Trump.
The order was legally required after Trump paid $ 3 million for recounting. This was agreed to after a debate on Wednesday night for over five hours. Democratic Commissioner Mark Thomson said during the debate that it is extraordinary that we are unable to agree on this among six people. The commission is split 3-3 between Democratic and Republican. Counting of votes in Milwaukee and Dane counties will begin Friday and should be completed by December 1, where Joe Biden defeated Trump by a margin of 1 over 2.
The next few weeks will be the world’s eye on the county of Wisconsin
Trump’s publicity team has cited ‘irregularities’ in the county, although no evidence of illegal activity has been presented. Wisconsin’s top election official Megan Wolfe said Thursday that ‘we understand that the world will be eyeing these counties of Wisconsin over the next few weeks. (Input agency)