The recount is unlikely to change results in Wisconsin. In 2016, The statewide recount changed the totals in favor of Trump with just 131 votes While driving Wisconsin over Hillary Clinton.
The Trump campaign has sought to discredit the election results since it became apparent that Trump had lost, claiming widespread irregularities and fraud without providing strong evidence to support this.
“We will not know the true results of the election until only the legal votes are counted,” Jim Tropis, a Trump campaign advisor, said in a statement accompanying the campaign announcement about seeking a recount in Wisconsin. “We will never stop fighting for transparency and integrity in our electoral process to ensure that all Americans have confidence in the results of free and fair elections in Wisconsin and throughout the country.” The campaign claimed that there were “worst infractions” in the two aforementioned provinces.
The president’s allies, backed by a group called True the Vote, filed a lawsuit to invalidate the results In several counties, including both Danes and Milwaukee, alleging wrongdoing there. True The Vote was submitted to voluntarily dismiss its lawsuits in Wisconsin and in other states earlier in the week.