Attorney General, SCOTUS Slammed by Trump Over Election Disputes

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2020 presidential election disputes continue to cause fractures in different parts of the country. Partisan divides are very much apparent; while most Republicans believe that voter fraud stained the outcome of this election, Democrats disagree and are dismissing claims to the contrary as nonsense.
Certain branches of state and federal governments are also under fire. Multiple courts throughout different parts of the country have tossed out legal cases and appeals brought forth by Republicans and attorneys representing President Trump.

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Meanwhile, U.S. Attorney General William Barr has come out and stated that there’s no evidence of widespread fraud in the 2020 race; just on Friday, the United States Supreme Court also threw out legal challenges submitted by Texas on the grounds of lack of standing.
Each of these factors has contributed to President Trump weighing in with his thoughts on the attorney general and Supreme Court, confirms Newsmax.

Where the 2020 Election Disputes Presently Stand

On Saturday morning, the president tweeted out that his team has “just begun” the fight over this election. This appeared as an indirect reference to the Supreme Court dismissing the Texas lawsuit on Friday evening.
After informing the country that legal fights are not finished, Trump directed his attention to AG Barr and the Supreme Court. Put simply, the president questioned why Barr didn’t publicize information about the federal investigation into Hunter Biden, son of Joe Biden.
Trump later went on to accuse the elder Biden of purposefully deceiving Americans about controversies surrounding his son; the president then cited this matter as a “big disadvantage” working against the GOP.
After questioning Barr’s decision and judgment on matters regarding Hunter Biden, President Trump turned to the Supreme Court. The 45th president declared that the highest ┬ácourt in the land maintained “zero interest” in the merits of the Texas lawsuit; he then criticized the Supreme Court for dismissing the lawsuit based on “standing.”

Criticism from Trump Supporters

The sentiments espoused by President Trump are also shared by his ardent supporters. Yesterday, Trump backers appeared in Washington D.C. to demonstrate in favor of the president and protest the current standing of the 2020 election.
Since the Friday ruling, the Supreme Court has found itself facing significant censure from displeased conservatives. The U.S. attorney general also isn’t very popular amongst Republicans who disagree with his assessment regarding fraud in the 2020 presidential race.
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