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‘Don’t be ridiculous’ said a befuddled Rudy Giuliani learned about the Biden win on air

Rudy Giuliani was lost for words as he he was told that Trump’s opponent Joe Biden ‘is the winner’ during Philly press briefing on Saturday

Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani looked perplexed when asked about the TV networks calling the election for Biden on Saturday afternoon

He was speaking about the Trump campaign’s legal challenges to the vote count in Pennsylvania

ALL major networks had just declared that Democrat Joseph Biden was winner on the 20 electoral votes in the state, which effectively ended the contest

‘Who was it called by?’ the former NYC mayor asked

The former federal prosecutor fumed, ‘Networks don’t get to decide elections, courts do’

Surprise: ‘Don’t be ridiculous’. ‘Who called it?’

President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, was holding a press conference baselessly disputing the legitimacy of the US presidential election when news filtered through that Joe Biden had been declared the winner. 
Giuliani appeared taken aback as he learned during a press conference in Philadelphia that TV networks had called the presidential election for Joe Biden on Saturday morning

Taking a question from a reporter, Giuliani a former federal prosecutor, initially looked confused about ‘the call’ before asking, ‘Who was it called by?,’ referring to the broadcast news networks.
‘All of them,’ replied a reporter.
The former New York City mayor insisted the result could not be called until the Trump campaign’s legal challenges had gone to court.
When he heard ‘all the networks’ had awarded Biden Pennsylvania to Biden, meaning that the 20 electoral college votes had put over the 270 mark, basically ending the contest, he quickly regained his composure.
Turning to his team he asked in a sarcastic tone ‘oh my goodness!’

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Donald Trump went golfing at his golf course in Virginia while defeat loomed

He repeated that the Trump campaign would continue to fight the result as he said: ‘Networks don’t get to decide elections, courts do.’ 
All the networks, we have to forget about the law, judges don’t count. All the networks. All the networks,’ he mocked, looking to the sky and raising his arms upward.     
‘All the networks thought Biden was going to win by ten percent. Gee, what happened?’ 

Despondence as political loss which has far-reaching consequences sinks in for former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani, personal attorney to Trump, gestures after media announced that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has won the 2020 election

The state appeared to have won the presidency for Biden on Saturday as he took a narrow 0.5 percent lead, equating to 28,800 votes out of more than 6.5 million cast.
Asked whether the team would be able to change the result as it stands now through the courts.
‘Of course!’ he claimed. ‘Courts set aside elections if they’re illegal. 
‘In this particular case, I don’t know if there’s enough evidence to set aside the entire election – certainly not across the entire country – maybe in Pennsylvania.

Rudy Giuliani slammed the call and declared that ‘networks don’t get to decide elections’

‘However, there certainly is enough evidence to disqualify a certain number of ballots,’ he alleged.  
‘The ballots that were not properly inspected should be thrown out and that number of ballots should be taken out of the count. That could affect the election.’

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For victors impromptu victory partying bubbled coast to coast from the nation’s capital of Washington DC to Los Angeles, New York and Atlanta

Giuliani and the rest of Trump’s legal team were holding the press conference Saturday as they announced that they intended to press on with Trump’s election challenge, oblivious to Pennsylvania, and the presidency, already having been called for Biden. 
‘He’s not going to concede when at least 600,000 ballots are in question,’ Giuliani said. 

‘I won the election by a lot’ Trump emerged Saturday to announce that he would be fighting to the end. He then spent the day out on his golf course in Northern Virginia, participating in a round of golf as his former vice president, Joe Biden, was announced as the new president
A Trump fan in Philadelphia screams at supporters of Biden across the road after news media named the former Vice President the winner of the election on Saturday morning

The Trump campaign has lodged multiple complaints about the vote count in the state with Giuliani on Saturday claiming that poll workers ‘were uniformly deprived of their right to inspect any part of the mail-in ballots’.
He was joined by former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Trump campaign adviser Corey Lewandowski as they alleged that Philadelphia has a ‘sad history of voter fraud’ and that multiple ballots with the names of people who were deceased had been cast. 
‘Will Smith’s father has voted here twice since he has died,’ Giuliani said. ‘I don’t know who he voted for because the vote is secret. In Philadelphia they keep the votes of dead people secret.’ 

Trump supporters stand outside as attorney for the President Rudy Giuliani speaks at a news conference in the parking lot of a landscaping company in Philadelphia

‘The same thing was done in Georgia, the same thing was done in Michigan, the same thing was done in North Carolina,’ the former mayor continued. 
‘Seems to me somebody from the DNC sent out a note saying don’t let the Republicans look at those mail in ballots, at least not in the big democratic hack cities that we control.’ 
He yelled as he spoke about North Carolina also and how Trump’s lead there was insurmountable. 
‘And they’re not calling it! Tell me they’re not corrupt,’ he said.

What next?: Giuliani initially appeared perplexed as he learned during a press conference about the call
Putting a brave face; Giuliani ended by claiming that it was not the end and the Trump campaign would fight the result

‘This is not anecdotal,’ added Lewandowski. ‘This is hard evidence and if you do your jobs from the media and you will find additional examples.’  
They offered no proof of the allegations but said a lawsuit would be launched by the campaign on Monday.
Giuliani’s claims on Saturday followed on from his insistence the night before that ‘this election has been won by Donald Trump’. 

Security personnel direct a member of the media as Rudy Giuliani speaks from the Trump legal team after news media named Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden the winner

In a video posted on YouTube hours earlier on Friday night to ‘ Rudy Giuliani’s Common Sense’ Giuliani fumed ‘it is totally impossible!’ that Biden had successfully managed to overtake Trump in Pennsylvania through mail-in ballots. 
‘Illogical! Irrational! That the same thing would happen in all five or six places where there were close votes,’ he said. 
Criticizing the GOP’s erstwhile favorite network, Fox News, Giuliani said called Arizona and Virginia too early and conversely cheated the president not calling Pennsylvania and Georgia when Trump had been ahead. 
‘Pennsylvania is Trump’s,’ Giuliani said. ‘If for any reason that vote total changes it has to be a fraud.’ 
Giuliani maintained that it was not the end of the road and the Trump campaign would fight the result

Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani addresses the media with the Trump legal team on Saturday afternoon

Trump spent Saturday morning tweeting and on the golf course as he lost Pennsylvania, the state he desperately needed in order to secure a second term.   
Hearing that it had been called for Biden, the President again fumed of cheating. He argued in his statement Saturday: ‘In Pennsylvania, for example, our legal observers were not permitted meaningful access to watch the counting process. Legal votes decide who is president, not the news media.’
On Saturday evening claimed in a tweet that he had really won 71,000, votes ‘the most ever for a sitting president’.

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Trump supporter stands outside looking through a fence at Giuliani’s press conference as the Trump legal team soldiered along immediately after learning that news media named Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden the winner

The Trump campaign had sued the Philadelphia election board arguing arguing that their observers had been unfairly barred from parts of the city’s ballot-counting area inside the Pennsylvania Convention Center. 
After their lawyer conceded to a Philadelphia judge on Thursday that the president’s team did have election observers in the room to watch mail-in ballots be counted in Pennsylvania, the judge refused to grant an injunction to halt vote counting in Philadelphia
That lawsuit that was ultimately dismissed as moot. 
The heavily Democratic area was anticipated to add to Biden’s vote total.
U.S. District Judge, Paul Diamond, urged the Trump campaign and the Philadelphia election board to come to a resolution, which they did.

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