Trump legal adviser Jenna Ellis says election battle is not over yet

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Jenna Ellis, a member of President Donald Trump’s legal team, speaks during a news conference at the Republican National Committee headquarters, Thursday Nov. 19, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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UPDATED 10:04 AM PT – Thursday, December 17, 2020

President Trump’s legal adviser, Jenna Ellis, said his legal team has “every intention of continuing to fight for election integrity.” During an interview Wednesday, she urged Americans to remain optimistic about the President’s legal battles.

According to Ellis, state legislatures still have time to decide to replace their electors before Congress counts them on January 6. She also slammed the mainstream media for failing to report on the evidence of voter fraud her team has uncovered.

Ellis went on to say it’s up to the American people to hold our elected officials accountable and there are a number of legal processes to do so.

“I would just say to the American people, take heart, this is not over yet and we absolutely have every intention of continuing to fight for election integrity,” she stated. “We need to do this through January 6 and also beyond.”

Although the President’s legal team is “fighting against the clock” to make sure the 2020 presidential election results are legitimate, Ellis said there’s still time to pursue every legal avenue.

“This is something that should never ever happen again in America’s history and it’s up to us to be the leaders,” the legal adviser continued. “And to stand with courage to move forward and always seek truth.”

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