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Wisconsin plaintiffs drop lawsuit alleging widespread voter fraud just minutes before court hearing

By PhillyNews.FYI , in News , at November 16, 2020 Tags: , , , , , , ,

President Donald Trump’s voter fraud case in Pennsylvania has now taken a turn to deal with attorney squabbles.

Politico reported Monday that Linda Kerns, the Trump campaign lawyer, complained to a federal court Sunday that she got a mean 60-second voicemail from a lawyer in Kirkland & Ellis, the law firm representing the state of Pennsylvania.

“Kerns’ filing said a Kirkland attorney working on the Pennsylvania suit told her that the lawyer who made the call was not involved in the case,” the report said. “Kerns said the attorney she contacted admitted the call was ‘discourteous’ and apologized for wasting her time.”


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