Marc Elias, lawyer for Hillary Clinton’s campaign said that their campaign had gotten “several messages, messages, and calls encouraging us to accomplish something, anything, to examine claims that the decision results were hacked and adjusted in an approach to hindrance Secretary Clinton,” particularly in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, where the “consolidated edge of triumph for Donald Trump was only 107,000 votes.”
Elias said the crusade had “not revealed any noteworthy proof of hacking or outside endeavors to adjust the voting innovation.” But as a result of the edge of triumph, and due to the level of obvious remote impedance amid the crusade, Elias said that Clinton authorities had “unobtrusively made various strides in the most recent two weeks to preclude in or any plausibility of outside obstruction in the vote count in these basic battleground states.”
He said that the Clinton crusade would take an interest in the Stein-started relate in Wisconsin by having agents on the ground observing the number and having attorneys speak to them in court if necessary. Also, if Stein followed through on endeavors to incite comparable procedures in Pennsylvania and Michigan, Elias said, the Clinton crusade would do as such there, too.
According to Elias, “The campaign is grateful to all those who have expended time and effort to investigate various claims of abnormalities and irregularities. While that effort has not, in our view, resulted in evidence of manipulation of results, now that a recount is underway, we believe we have an obligation to the more than 64 million Americans who cast ballots for Hillary Clinton to participate in ongoing proceedings to ensure that an accurate vote count will be reported.”
The relate exertion is to some degree irregular in that it comes weeks after Clinton yielded — and at the demand and with the monetary sponsorship of an outsider hopeful, Stein, who has zero chance of winning, said decision law master Richard L. Hasen, a law teacher at the University of California at Irvine. Clinton, as well, has basically no way of changing the outcome, given that she would need to switch Wisconsin, as well as Michigan and Pennsylvania, to end up president, Hasen said.