Trump to reportedly join Rudy Giuliani at Pennsylvania election event after aides 'tried talking him out of' going

President Trump is reportedly traveling to Pennsylvania for a Republican meeting on election fraud allegations, ignoring the advice of some of his aides.
Trump is expected to join his attorney Rudy Giuliani in Gettysburg, Pa. As Republican lawmakers hold a "hearing" on allegations of electoral irregularities on Wednesday, CNN reports. Plans could reportedly change, but were confirmed by Bloomberg, who stated the event is not on Trump's public schedule. Trump is still not giving the 2020 race to President-elect Joe Biden despite the transition formally beginning, but his legal team has not presented any evidence of widespread election fraud. Biden was recently certified as a winner in Pennsylvania.
Attending this meeting of the Pennsylvania Senate Majority Policy Committee, which will be held at a hotel, would be Trump's first trip outside Washington since election day, according to CNN. Maggie Haberman of the New York Times confirmed the news, reporting that "some aides tried to dissuade him."
Haberman adds that some of Trump's "advisors have been kept in complete darkness" about this "plan," underscoring how incoherent the president's team has become since election day, and others tried to tell him it was a mistake. Haberman however, reports that "Trump, among other things, is likely to announce a campaign for 2024 soon and this is branding."
This event will come after a major lawsuit against Trump in Pennsylvania was dismissed over the weekend and after Giuliani held a bizarre press conference last week clarifying unsubstantiated election fraud claims. Attorney Sidney Powell, who attended the press conference, was later said not to have been part of Trump's legal team, and NBC News reports that Trump has become "concerned" that his team is made up of "fools who make him look bad." "
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