“Toomey says he doesn’t think much of Trump’s efforts to throw out around 700K votes in Pa.”


U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey on Wednesday put some distance between himself and President Donald Trump’s efforts to throw out hundreds of thousands of votes cast in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, trying to flip a state carried by Joe Biden.

Asked at the U.S. Capitol about the legal arguments by Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, Toomey, R-Pa, said simply: “Let me just say, I don’t think they have a strong case.”

The suit before U.S. District Judge Matthew W. Brann seeks to invalidate around 700,000 votes on the grounds that Republican poll watchers could not watch them being counted. But the Trump campaign earlier dropped those charges from its court case.


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