Trump spent $3 million to recount votes in Wisconsin’s largest county but Biden netted 132 votes
On November 28, local time, after Trump lost to Biden in Wisconsin with more than 20,000 votes, he spent $3 million to request renewal in the Wisconsin (Milwaukee County) and Dane County counties. Counting.
But after the county-level election officials in Milwaukee County completed the recount on Friday (27th), they found that Biden had actually made a net profit of 132 votes out of nearly 460,000 votes, and obtained 257 votes that were not counted before only got 125 votes.
Dane County, which has not yet completed the counting of votes, is expected to announce the results of its recount on Sunday (29th). Milwaukee and Dane are the two most populous counties in Wisconsin with a large number of Democratic voters.
Wisconsin will finally confirm the result of the vote count on Tuesday (December 1). With the Trump team’s failure to appeal the vote count in multiple states, the chances of Trump wanting to reverse the election result are even slimmer.