According to two sources, one way you plan to do this is by making an obituary to people the campaign will claim to have voted in the election, and to consider organizing campaign-style rallies to amplify the message.
So far, the campaign’s lawsuit has not contained any evidence supporting the allegations of widespread fraud and nothing brought up by campaign officials will change the outcome in any country.
But sources close to Trump have urged the president by his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, attorney Rudy Giuliani and campaign advisor Jason Miller to organize rallies across the United States to demand a recount, sources close to Trump told Jake Taber. Kushner did not comment on this story. Miller denied the story in a tweet. CNN contacted Giuliani for comment.
CNN reported earlier on Saturday that Kushner had reached out to Trump about waiving the election, two sources told CNN. But his position became more hazy as the day went on as it emerged that he was also trying to appease Trump by suggesting rallies.
The aim of the blitzkrieg messages is to raise sufficient doubts about the outcomes foreign ministers are feeling on the battlefields by pressing to open investigations or summon a recount on their own – which would prolong the process and potentially give the campaign more time to advance litigation through The courts.
One of the ideas being floated about the election campaign is whether the clock can be running out enough to present the list of Republican voters in the major states where President-elect Joe Biden won the popular vote. State laws differ on the possibility of appointing voters that do not reflect the will of the people. One source warned that it was unclear how seriously the idea was being considered.
Campaign aides told CNN ahead of Election Day that a post-election push involving anything from surrogacy to rallies was possible in the event that the results approached on Nov.3, as it seemed at first. But Biden had amassed enough advances in multiple states to win the race, despite the president’s refusal to acknowledge the loss.
One person familiar with the plans said the team wanted to continue the fight for close scrutiny of the vote count even though Trump himself didn’t always think he would be successful.
“Of anything, our concern is to make Trump more enthusiastic, not calm him down,” the official said.
This story has been updated with additional reports.