Trump Legal Team Audits Dominion Machines in Antrim County Michigan

President Trump’s legal team was able to audit the Dominion voting machines in Antrim County, Michigan on Sunday.

According to Trump attorney Jenna Ellis, the legal team will get access and examine 22 Dominion voting machines.

Ellis described the development on Fox News.

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Antrim County was the location where a so-called glitch was discovered that initially caused former Vice President Joe Biden to get about 6,000 votes intended for President Trump.

The Michigan Department of State said the voting mistake was a result of human error.

On Friday, Trump attorney former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani celebrated the judge’s decision in a Tweet.

The order by a judge to allow the audit was connected to a dispute over votes relating to a local marijuana proposal and it did not specifically mention concerns over the presidential election.

Democrats criticized the audit of the Dominion voting machines over concerns the president’s legal team will use the information to misinform the public about the election results.

According Ellis, the results of the examination will be available in 48 hours.

Access and examination of the Dominion voting machines is a step in the right direction to determine the accuracy of the election results in Michigan and perhaps elsewhere.