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MARK NANCE / Sun-Gazette Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (left) waves to the crowd as he arrives in U.S. Federal Court and Herman T. Schneebeli’s federal office building for a hearing in U.S. District Court Judge Matthew T. Brann arrives on Tuesday.

President Donald J. Trump’s attorneys said Sunday that the dismissal of a case by a federal judge on Saturday attempting to prevent Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar’s confirmation of the election results would give them an opportunity to take their case to the Supreme Court To bring USA.

Rudy Giuliani, attorney for President Trump and Jenna Ellis, senior legal advisor for the Trump 2020 campaign, said a decision by U.S. Judge Matthew W. Brann to dismiss the case will help them bring the case to a higher court .

Brann dismissed the Boockvar and seven boroughs lawsuit sparked by Trump’s re-election campaign and dealt another blow to the president’s attempts to undermine the crucial results of the 2020 election.

“Today’s decision helps us with our strategy of getting to the US Supreme Court quickly.” Trump attorneys said.

“While we totally disagree with this opinion, we are grateful to the judge appointed by President Barack Obama for making this expected decision quickly, rather than simply trying to run out of time.”

Trump is trying to get an expedited appointment to the third circuit.

“There is so much evidence that the Pennsylvania Democrats missed our opportunity to produce 50 witnesses and other evidence that election officials blatantly ignored the Pennsylvania law denying independent scrutiny.” said the Trump team.

“This resulted in 682,777 ballots being cast illegally, hilariously, or unknowingly.”

“We are disappointed that at least we did not have the opportunity to present our evidence at a hearing.” Giuliani and Ellis said.

“We hope that the Third Circle will be as friendly as Judge Brann if they decide on our appeal one way or another as soon as possible.”

“This is another case that appears to be moving quickly to the United States Supreme Court.”

However, civil rights and advocacy groups led by the Civil Rights Advocacy Committee, the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania, the ACLU Voting Rights Project, the Public Interest Law Center, and the law firm Covington & Burling LLP represented the Black Political Empowerment Project, Common Cause Pennsylvania , Pennsylvania League of Women Voters, NAACP Pennsylvania State Conference and eight concerned voters intervened. Last week, Brann hailed the ruling as a victory for democracy and the state’s voters.

“The court reviewed the attempts by President Trump and his enablers in Washington and Harrisburg to interfere with democracy.” said Reggie Shuford, executive director of the ACLU of Pennsylvania. “The people of Pennsylvania have taken the floor and it is time to put that choice behind us.”

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