President Trump's election campaign announced that it will be dropping the lawsuit disputing the voting results in Michigan, which show Joe Biden leading by about 150,000 votes.
Former Mayor of New York and President Trump's person attorney Rudy Giuliani said in a statement on Thursday, "This morning we are withdrawing our lawsuit in Michigan."
Giuliani said the decision to withdraw the lawsuit is the "direct result of achieving the relief we sought: to stop the election in Wayne County from being prematurely certified before residents can be assured that every legal vote has been counted an every illegal vote has not been counted."
The lawsuit in Michigan had attempted to stop the state's most populated county which includes Detroit from certifying its election results by claiming that thousands of invalid ballots were counted by election officials.
On Tuesday two Republicans on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers blocked the approval of the votes cast but just hours later in a sudden turn of events the election results that showed Biden beating Trump were unanimously certified.
The two Republicans on the Board would later admit in their signed affidavits that they only voted to certify the results after they were subjected to "hours jof sustained pressure" and being assured that their concerns about the election would be investigated.
A source with inside knowledge of the matter informed The Associated Press that Trump reached out to the two Republicans to personally thank them for their support.
They responded to his gratitude in a statement, "We deserve better - but more importantly, the American people deserve better - than to be forced to accept an outcome achieved through intimidation, deception, and threats of violence. Wayne County voters need to have full confidence in this process."
State officials said the certification of the Wayne County area will stand and no evidence or proof of widespread election fraud has been found.
In fact, federal and state officials from both the Republican and Democratic parties have agreed that the 2020 election was safe and secure.