President Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, joined Steve Bannon’s “War Room: Pandemic” podcast this morning. During the interview, Giuliani said the Arizona legislature will attempt to pass a resolution tomorrow (Wednesday) to certify President Trump as the winner.

“I happen to know we have one or two, my fingers crossed, big revelations for Georgia within the next day or two with regard to the machines that we’ve had some more information about,” he said. “So, maybe a little more additional information about the fraud and the cheating would be enough to push this over the top,” according to Washington Examiner.

News spread like a wildfire yesterday that Arizona lawmakers will try to make Trump the winner today, but Giuliani said Arizona lawmakers didn’t have the votes today to make that happen. Giuliani said that Arizona’s hopeful lawmakers would be able to close the deal before Christmas.

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Rudy Giuliani said: “Arizona was going to similarly pass a joint session to certify Trump. But then they didn’t have the votes but they are going to come back tomorrow.”

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Rudy Giuliani: New Pennsylvania Supreme Court Lawsuit First of Many Efforts

Rudy Giuliani said that the Trump campaign’s challenge in the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn three Pennsylvania Supreme Court decisions is the first of many efforts they will undertake until Jan. 20.

“You have to go state by state,” the former mayor and federal prosecutor told Newsmax, noting that a victory in Pennsylvania would only impact 20 electoral votes.

The campaign filed an appeal to the Supreme Court to reverse cases by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that changed mail-in ballot laws. The campaign, via the petition, has sought the reversal of three cases decided by the state’s Supreme Court that “illegally changed” the mail-in ballot laws “immediately before and after the 2020 presidential election,” arguing that the Supreme Court’s decisions are in violation of Article II of the Constitution and the 2000 Bush v. Gore ruling.

“I remember an old adage that I learned from baseball,” Giuliani added. “When you’re down by 10 runs, you can’t score 10 runs on one hit. So you got to get one run at a time. So the way I look at it, we have to win one of these legislatures. I think we have three good ones to pick from: Pennsylvania and Georgia and Arizona.”