The U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday rejected a bid by President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign to invalidate Pennsylvania’s election results.

Circuit Judge Stephanos Bibas said there was no evidence to support the campaign’s argument that, based on alleged restrictions on its poll watchers, and measures taken to allow voters to cure defective ballots, the election was tilted against it.

Bibas is a Trump appointee. The decision is non-precedential.

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