Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Utah have joined Texas in a lawsuit claiming the four battleground states, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin “ran illegal and unconstitutional elections.
President Trump will be hosting a levitate lunch Texas AG Ken Paxton to discuss the lawsuit.
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump will host a private lunch in the Cabinet Room on Thursday for a dozen Republican attorneys general, all but one of whom supports a Texas-led effort to overturn Joe Biden’s victory by nullifying more than 10 million votes in states that Trump lost.
Texas attorney general Ken Paxton filed the legal challenge late Monday at the Supreme Court, which hasn’t yet decided whether to hear the case.
A co-chair of the Trump campaign’s Lawyers for Trump, he’ll be one of the guests of honor at lunch.
Trump filed a motion on Wednesday seeking to intervene in the case and join Texas in suing Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin. Those states have until 3 p.m. Thursday to file responses to the Supreme Court.