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Giuliani Argues: Federal Judge scheduled to hear evidence Thursday

President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani has gone before a federal judge to accuse Democrats in control of big cities of hatching a conspiracy to steal the election from the Republicans.

Judge Matthew W. Brann has scheduled a hearing for Thursday to hear evidence — if he decides against dismissing the case.

The Trump campaign’s lawsuit is based on a complaint that Philadelphia and some Democratic-controlled counties in Pennsylvania let voters make corrections to mail-in ballots that were otherwise going to be disqualified for a technicality, like lacking a secrecy envelope or a signature.

The Trump campaign’s lawsuit says Republican-controlled counties did not allow voters to correct ballots and claims the inconsistent practice violated constitutional rights of due process and equal protection under the law and resulted in the “unlawful dilution or debasement” of properly cast votes.

Giuliani spent most of his time in court arguing that almost 700,000 ballots in Philadelphia and Allegheny County — home to Pittsburgh — went uninspected by Republican observers.

Giuliani name-checked certain cities in states won by Biden — including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Milwaukee and Detroit.

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