A Pennsylvania court has ordered that Donald Trump campaign observers be granted better access to the vote-counting process in Philadelphia.
“They’re not letting our poll watchers watch the polls, not letting them inside,” said Eric Trump, one of the president’s sons, at a press conference Wednesday afternoon referring to the Pennsylvania case. “They’re trying to cheat.”
In Michigan and Pennsylvania, Trump asked courts to temporarily halt the vote counts because the campaign’s observers were allegedly denied access to the counting process. The Michigan case was dismissed.
The Trump campaign has alleged that poll watchers were being denied close-up access to observe vote counting at locations in Philadelphia and Detroit.