President Trump's campaign manager Bill Stepien, his son Eric Trump, and White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany declared victory for Trump in Pennsylvania, despite the fact that there are many uncounted votes that could still swing the tide toward Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Critics were quick to point out that just because the campaign said they've won the Keystone State doesn't mean it's true.
The campaign simultaneously announced its intention to take "critical legal actions" in Pennsylvania, including "suing to temporarily halt counting until there is meaningful transparency and Republicans can ensure all counting is done above board and by the law." That's sowed doubt about whether the Trump team is really as confident about taking Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes. Tim O'Donnell
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