- Things have taken a different turn in Pennsylvania and in favour of President Trump who has already tweeted about it
- Barely a day after Governor Tom Wolf declared that Joe Biden won the state's presidential poll, the court has ordered certification of poll to be halted
- Wolf has now approached the Supreme Court to block the appeal court's ruling of Wednesday, November 25
President Donald Trump's increasingly delusional claims of victory have been given a soft pat after an appeal court judge in Pennsylvania issued a directive to stop certifying election results.
According to Daily Mail, the order was given on Wednesday, November 25, barely a day after Governor Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania said the department of state had certified former vice president Joe Biden as the winner of the state's presidential poll.
Biden had won the presidential election in the state, cruising to an incredible 50% vote (meaning he won Pennsylvania's 20 electoral votes) to put Trump on the second position of the log with 48.8%.
Commonwealth court judge, Patricia McCullough, earlier ruled that Biden won the state but with the appeal court ruling, Pennsylvania is left with no other option than to approach the Supreme Court to overturn the decision.
Meanwhile, President Trump has reacted to the development in a post on his Twitter account, declaring it a "big news!"
Biden is projected to secure 306 electoral college votes to Trump's 232, making the Democrat the clear winner of the election by December 2020 when the final results will be announced.
Trump has yet to present proof of the widespread voter fraud that he claims cost him the election to Biden.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that there is a crack in Joe Biden's camp over the sharing of cabinet slots ahead of the official announcement of the new presidency as some members "are pissed off" that they might be axed out of the plan.
The projected president-elect is said to be tapping officials and close allies of former president Barack Obama into the White House jobs.
So far, Biden has tapped Obama administration officials for high-profile spots in legislative affairs, the first lady's office, and other departments.
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