The Detroit Free Press reports:
The Michigan Court of Appeals has rejected an appeal from the Trump presidential campaign challenging Michigan’s election results, in the latest in a series of court defeats for the president.
The 2-1 decision, the court chastised the campaign for dragging its feet on the appeal, said the certification of Michigan’s election results by the Board of State Canvassers in the interim had made the lawsuit moot, and said that if the Trump campaign wanted to challenge the results it could have requested a recount, but it did not.
“Plaintiff failed to follow clear law in Michigan relative to such matters,” the court said. The ruling upholds an earlier decision by Michigan Court of Claims Judge Cynthia Stephens, who said Nov. 5 there was no legal basis or evidence to grant what the campaign requested.
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Michigan Court of Appeals scathingly REJECTS Trump’s “purportedly emergent application” for an appeal, which it finds “moot” because the vote is certified.
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