Trump’s headquarters filed a lawsuit over election violations in Wisconsin

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U.S. President Donald Trump’s headquarters filed a lawsuit with the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Tuesday, December 1, alleging violations of the law in the last presidential election.

“President Donald Trump’s reelection headquarters filed a lawsuit in the Wisconsin Supreme Court after a recount requested by the headquarters to uncover fraud and irregularities that undoubtedly changed the election results,” CNBC reports.

According to the authors of the lawsuit, envelopes for sending ballots were fraudulently manipulated during the voting. In particular, local staff allegedly filled in the missing information on the envelopes sent with ballots themselves and bypassed the requirements of the law on the presence of an identity card to obtain a ballot.