Even Trump's lawyers can't say they are making a fraud claim when pressed by various judges: Trump Cries Election Fraud. In Court, His Lawyers Don’t. "In Arizona on Thursday, one of Mr. Trump’s lawyers said during a state court hearing that fraud wasn’t an issue in a case alleging some in-person votes cast in Maricopa County were improperly rejected. “We are not alleging fraud in this lawsuit. We are not alleging anyone stealing the election,” Kory Langhofer, a Trump campaign attorney, said at the start of the hearing. Instead, he said the case was about good-faith errors made in the tabulation of some ballots that may have unfairly resulted in votes not being counted." "In a Pennsylvania lawsuit over several hundred disputed ballots in Montgomery County, a state judge Tuesday repeatedly asked lawyer Jonathan Goldstein if he was alleging that fraud took place. Mr. Goldstein at first declined to answer, saying “everybody is coming to this with good faith." Judge Richard Haaz pressed: “I understand. I am asking you a specific question, and I am looking for a specific answer. Are you claiming that there is any fraud in connection with these 592 disputed ballots?” “To my knowledge at present, no,” Mr. Goldstein said." This will end up a fruitless waste of everyone's time to assuage the frail ego of a president whose feelings are hurt that he lost.