Trump fights back, will launch campaign-style rallies and media actions

US President Donald Trump is planning to resume his campaign-style rallies, which will focus on his team’s legal challenge to US election fraud. These rallies will focus on the legal challenge to the U.S. election fraud case, while the Trump team will also launch a “campaign-style media operation” (campaign-style media operation), regular press releases.

A Trump adviser said that everyone is working with one goal in mind, and that is to help Trump win re-election through legal means.

According to Axios, the Trump campaign plans to take a less conventional approach to challenging the election results. They plan to hold “a series of Trump rallies” that will focus on the campaign’s ongoing legal work in many states across the country.

Trump’s team will launch a “campaign-style media operation.”

According to the report, not only is the Trump team “preparing to announce its specific deployment of recount teams in key states,” but it will also launch a “campaign-style media operation.

One adviser said the “campaign-style media operation” team will be led by Tim Murtaugh, the Trump campaign’s communications director. The team, which is now an agency clearinghouse, will issue regular press briefings with legal action-related content and talking points.

The team will also play a major role in raising legal defense funds.

Trump’s official legal team includes 2020 campaign manager Bill Stepien, attorney Justin Clark, and senior advisers Jason Miller and David Bossie.

Federal congressmen Jim Jordan and Scott Perry, as well as former White House chief of staff (chief of staff) Reince Priebus, are also advising the Trump team.

The team has one goal: to ensure the president’s re-election

Trump’s team said they share a common goal with White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and current chief of staff Mark Meadows, among others.

“We all have the same goal, which is to use the legal process in the coming days and weeks to secure the president’s re-election,” One adviser told Axios.

Trump plans to use the “dead man’s vote” fraud as evidence of voter fraud. The campaign will also send recount teams to Georgia, Arizona and Pennsylvania.

The results of the U.S. election have not yet been known, in many states may enter the recount, and Trump’s team’s legal proceedings are still underway, the mainstream media and former Vice President Biden first declared victory on Saturday (November 7), causing the discontent of U.S. voters.

The 50 states held a “Stop Stealing Elections” demonstration on Saturday to protest against cheating by the Biden camp. A number of Republican senators and representatives said that the media can not determine who is the president, the voters can decide, the battle is not over. Nearly 40 members of Congress sent a letter to Attorney General Barr requesting an investigation into the election fraud, Prime Minister Slovenia, the President of Mexico have said, before the legal issues are resolved, can not recognize Biden won.

President Trump said the lawsuit is still ongoing and the election is not over.

Trump campaign officials have accused Pennsylvania of having a large number of dead people voting. According to Breitbart News, the lawsuit filed by the Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) alleges that at least 21,000 people on Pennsylvania’s voter rolls are dead; that Pennsylvania failed to vote in the 2020 presidential election in a timely manner under federal and state law “Reasonable maintenance” of voter registration records.