‘Very, highly unlikely’ Trump wins Arizona, no evidence of fraud, Republican state attorney general says

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‘Very, highly unlikely’ Trump wins Arizona, no evidence of fraud, Republican state attorney general says
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President Donald Trump is “very, highly unlikely” to win enough of the still-uncounted ballots in Arizona to defeat President-elect Joe Biden, that state’s Republican attorney general said Wednesday.

And there is no evidence so far that Arizona’s votes were tainted by fraud or other irregularities that would affect the election, said Attorney General Mark Brnovich.

“It does appear Joe Biden will win Arizona,” Brnovich said in an interview on Fox Business.

NBC News has not yet projected a winner in Arizona’s presidential election. The Democratic former vice president Biden currently holds a lead of just under 13,000 votes, a margin of less than .4 percentage points over Trump, in the state.

But even without Arizona, Biden currently is projected to win 279 Electoral College votes, nine more than he needs to deny the Republican incumbent a second White House term.

If he wins Arizona, Biden would get 11 additional Electoral College votes. That would give him even more of a cushion against ongoing legal efforts by the Trump campaign to invalidate a number of ballots in six battleground states, including Arizona.