Karl Rove writes for the Wall Street Journal:
Mr. Trump is now pursuing legal challenges in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona and Nevada, and there will be an automatic recount in Georgia, given Mr. Biden’s 0.29-point lead there.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is correct that Mr. Trump is “100% within his rights” to go to court over concerns about fraud and transparency. But the president’s efforts are unlikely to move a single state from Mr. Biden’s column, and certainly they’re not enough to change the final outcome.
Closing out this election will be a hard but necessary step toward restoring some unity and political equilibrium. Once his days in court are over, the president should do his part to unite the country by leading a peaceful transition and letting grievances go.
Karl Rove reads the writing on the wall for Trump:
“The president’s efforts are unlikely to move a single state from Mr. Biden’s column, and CERTAINLY they’re not enough to change the final outcome.”https://t.co/MZvD9tcIb4
— Ryan Goodman (@rgoodlaw) November 12, 2020