Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor and current lawyer to President Donald Trump, insisted electronic ballot counting software helped Democrats "rig" the election during a Thursday press conference.
Rudy Guilliani referenced his "favorite legal movie" while speaking at a press conference on Thursday.
Trump tweeted that his team has a "clear and viable path to victory" despite several lawsuit losses and dismissals.
The ballots, according to Giuliani, were found in Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin and Michigan.
"This is not a television program," Mick Mulvaney said.
The former New York mayor appeared in court on behalf of the Trump campaign to challenge election results.
The Trump campaign has made unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud in several key swing states since November 3.
Attorney Sidney Powell said on Sunday that top Democrats have written letters about "how corrupt this software is" in years past.
The Twitter alternative continues to gain conservative users, including the rich and famous.
The Trump campaign has insisted there was widespread irregularities with votes, though has failed thus far to substantiate the claims.
"In all fairness to Rudy, maybe he was just tucking in his shirt," Sacha Baron Cohen tweeted on Monday.
The president's personal lawyer also tried to frame Biden's win as a "selection" by the mainstream media.
Expressions of support for the president appeared to snowball after an appeal from Trump's sons on Thursday night for GOP leaders to "have some backbone."
The president's own Twitter account is currently littered with warning flags, including a post from today falsely claiming that he "easily" won the election.
"Joe Biden could have voted 50 times, as far as we know, or 5,000 times," Giuliani said during a briefing on November 4.
The event will feature the president's son Eric Trump, former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and two Trump campaign senior advisers, Lara Trump and Corey Lewandowski.
"I have a 15-year-old daughter, I watched that, I was kinda grossed out by it," Kennedy said in an interview with Trump's attorney.
"My only means of communication was that I would jump out at a necessary point. I would know what [Giuliani] was doing via text messages with the director. Because I had no eyes on anything."
"Borat 2" has drawn headlines all over the world about its Rudy Giuliani scene—and Maria Bakalova, the actor who played Borat's daughter Tutar, has spoken out about the moment.
The president's personal lawyer was roasted this week after it emerged that Sacha Baron Cohen had duped him for a scene that appears in "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm."
The president said "I don't know what happened" when asked about compromising scene featuring his lawyer Rudy Giuliani.
The tweet in question is in reference to former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani's appearance in the movie "Borat 2," which is set to be released October 23.
Donald Trump's lawyer maintains that the scene in the "Borat" sequel was "doctored" or "manipulated."
The former New York City Mayor suggested the scene may have been "doctored" or "manipulated."
Celebrities made fun of Giuliani for getting duped in the film into a precarious situation with GIF threads, stories about their own encounters and more.
Ahead of the film's release on Friday, President Donald Trump's personal attorney is reported to be the subject of a compromising scene with one of the film's characters.
"Law enforcement is referring this matter to the FBI," a Delaware state police spokesperson told Newsweek.
Michael Cohen told MSNBC "Rudy is being played by the Russians."
Caroline Giuliani continues to support the Biden campaign, and she encourages voters to cast their ballots for the Democratic nominee ahead of next month's election.