In Wisconsin it is not possible to reconsider the results. In 2016, A total of 131 votes in favor of Trump changed the difference statewide He took Wisconsin over Hillary Clinton.
The Trump campaign sought to discredit the election results, claiming that Trump had failed, provided widespread irregularities and fraud, and did not provide substantial evidence to support it.
“We do not know the actual outcome of the election until only the legal votes are counted,” Trump’s campaign adviser Jim Tropez said in a statement announcing the campaign seeking Wisconsin ‘reconsideration. “We will not stop fighting for transparency and unity in our electoral process to ensure that all Americans can trust the results of a free and fair election in Wisconsin and across the country.” The campaign claimed that there were “bad irregularities” in the above two districts.
Supporters of the president, backed by a group called True The Vote, argued that the results were invalid In several districts, including Dan and Milwaukee, abuses were reported. The fact that Wisconsin and other states filed for voluntary dismissal of its cases earlier this week.