By Jarrett Renshaw and Aram Roston
(Reuters) – President Donald Trump’s campaign and Republicans have reached out to donors as they seek to raise at least $ 60 million to fund legal challenges brought by President Donald Trump over the election results US presidential election, two sources familiar with the matter said on Friday.
The Trump campaign has filed lawsuits in several states following Tuesday’s election pitting the president against former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden.
“They want $ 60 million,” said a Republican donor who received solicitations from the campaign and the Republican National Committee.
Biden moved closer to a potential victory as he took a narrow lead over Trump in the battlefield states of Pennsylvania and Georgia three days after the polls closed.
Since the vote ended Tuesday, the Trump campaign has sent out email and text solicitations alleging foul play and asking donors to donate money.
The campaign lost court rulings in tightly contested states, including Georgia, but won a legal victory in Pennsylvania on Friday, when a court ordered election officials to overturn provisional ballots cast on Friday. ballot by voters whose postal or postal ballots had been received. on time.
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