President Donald Trump's campaign lost again in court on Saturday.
Trump was urged to "stop the shenanigans" after the ruling.
"Huge loss for Trump in the big federal court challenge. Scathing opinion. Calls it meritless. This thing is way over," former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal explained.
University of Texas law professor Steve Vladeck described the ruling as a "total shellacking."
As expected, Judge Brann has dismissed the Trump campaign’s broad-based challenge to Pennsylvania’s election result… https://t.co/6cALKfpeY3— Steve Vladeck (@Steve Vladeck)1606002054.0
UC Irvine law and political science professor said he expected such a result.
From the judge on the merits: "Plaintiffs’ only remaining claim alleges a violation of equal protection. This claim… https://t.co/oGvBKfWK8g— Rick Hasen (@Rick Hasen)1606001755.0
Marc Elias, who is leading the legal effort for Democrats, explained how he saw the ruling.
For non-lawyers, this is what a complete ass-kicking of the president's legal effort looks like.🥳 https://t.co/uGrTVHT0LX— Marc E. Elias (@Marc E. Elias)1606001571.0
🚨WAR ROOM ALERT: Trump and his allies are now 2-34 in court. https://t.co/ul4mzS0RNc— Democracy Docket (@Democracy Docket)1606002670.0