Judge nixes Trump’s bid to stop Philadelphia vote count


A federal judge on Thursday nixed a bid from President Trump’s campaign to stop the vote count in Philadelphia over allegations that his supporters weren’t being allowed to monitor the tallying of mail-in ballots. US District Judge Paul Diamond instead urged the two sides to come to an agreement, suggesting each party be allowed 60 observers inside a hall at a downtown convention center where the final ballots are being counted. “Really, can’t we be responsible adults here and reach an agreement?” the exasperated judge asked. “The whole thing could (soon) be moot.”

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