Just a few weeks after Donald Trump’s Supreme Court challenge to the 2020 presidential election was rejected, the former president has filed a new case aimed at challenging alleged election fraud in the District of Columbia. The new legal challenge filed in the US District Court for the District of Columbia by Michael van der Veen, Trump’s personal attorney, aims to have certain election laws declared unconstitutional. It also seeks to overturn the results of the presidential election in the District of Columbia, or at least block the certification of the results. The lawsuit names DC Mayor Muriel Bowser and the members of the Board of Elections as defendants. It alleges that the way in which absentee ballots were handled in the District of Columbia occurred in violation of the US Constitution and state election law. The case claims that the Board of Elections did not verify signatures on absentee ballots, which would be a violation of the US Constitution’s equal protection clause. It also claims that the board unlawfully allowed certain individuals to cast absentee ballots who would not have qualified if the proper signature requirements had been in place. The lawsuit further accuses the District of Columbia of failing to conduct proper oversight of the election process, which could have allowed fraud or other manipulation to occur. The lawsuit seeks to have the results of the presidential election in the District of Columbia overturned, or at least blocked from being certified, on the grounds that the election laws were violated in the District of Columbia. Trump’s legal challenge to the District of Columbia’s election process represents just one of his attempts to derail the authorization of ballots through various challenges and lawsuits across the country. Despite his numerous attempts to challenge election results, most of his lawsuits and challenges have been rejected in court or withdrawn. This latest case is likely to face the same fate, as the lawsuit focuses on the District of Columbia’s election laws, and not on any election fraud or irregularities. Unless Trump can present compelling evidence in court that election laws in the District of Columbia were violated, the results of the presidential election in the District of Columbia will likely remain unchanged.