He went on to claim that 1.5 million votes were illegally counted, without explaining how he arrived at that number.
However, when Judge Brann later asked him in the proceedings whether he should apply the strict control required by a fraud case, Mr. Giuliani acknowledged, “This is not a fraud case.” .
Mark Aronchick, the Pennsylvania counties attorney sued by Mr. Trump, tore Mr. Giuliani apart, claiming he ignored the law, lived in “a fantasy world” and pushed wild allegations that are “shameful in a classroom. ‘American audience’.
“Please dismiss this case so that we can move on,” Aronchick pleaded with the judge. “There are no details. There are no numbers here, ”referring to Mr. Giuliani’s assertions.
He said the case had become something of a “lifeline” for the Trump campaign. “We have to move forward,” he said. “We need to have this election certified. ”
Kathy Boockvar, Secretary of State for Pennsylvania, is due to certify the election results next Monday, which means Judge Brann is expected to rule quickly.