(AGENDAWATCHDOG) – Donald Trump is inching closer towards defeat today after losing Wisconsin and falling behind in Michigan after prematurely declaring overall victory in the nail-biting presidential election that he quickly claimed is rife with ‘fraud’ and ‘surprise ballot dumps’.
As Trump’s chances at victory of re-election shrank on Wednesday, his campaign laid out their tactics to cling on to the presidency – ranging from recounts to multiple lawsuits in battleground.
The Trump campaign have already demanded a recount in Wisconsin and they have filed lawsuits in both Michigan and Pennsylvania to demand better access for campaign observers to locations where ballots are being processed and counted.
The campaign is also seeking to intervene in an ongoing Supreme Court case that deals with whether ballots received up to three days after the election can be counted in Pennsylvania.
Despite the measures to ensure Trump doesn’t go down without a fight, his campaign insists they are still confident of an election victory.
Trump lost Wisconsin on Wednesday afternoon after Joe Biden forged ahead with 20,000 votes, or a 0.6 percent victory, in the key battleground state. The only votes that are not yet counted in Wisconsin are from a small township that is home to 300 people, according to the state’s Election Commission Administrator.
Trump has also fallen behind in Michigan where Biden is currently ahead by 0.89 percent with 45,000 more votes.