Supreme Court rejects Trump’s request for second time

Once again US President Donald Trump was spotted. The Supreme Court has given a shock to President Trump, who wants to prevent the US from announcing the results of the presidential election.

Once again US President Donald Trump was spotted. The Supreme Court has given a shock to President Trump, who wants to prevent the US from announcing the results of the presidential election. Allegedly, the voting process in four key states went against the rules. The court rejected a petition filed by Texas Republicans seeking to have the election results suspended. The Supreme Court rejected the petition, citing a lack of evidence to support the Republicans’ allegations. This is the second time this week that the court has rejected a Republican petition. A last-ditch effort to retain the election results failed. On the other hand, the results of the presidential election will be officially announced on Monday. The Electoral College then meets and elects a new President of the United States. In the 538-member Electoral College in the United States, where elections have already been completed, Joe Biden won 306 votes and Trump 232 votes. Joe Biden is formally elected the new President of the United States.

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