Donald Trump spent about $3 million to get vote recounts in Wisconsin, only for the recounts to expand President-elect Joe Biden's lead over him.
The recount in Milwaukee, the largest county in Wisconsin, ended on Friday, with Biden getting even more votes than he had when the votes had first been counted.
Biden gained a net 132 votes in the recount, out of nearly 460,000 votes. While the president-elect gained 257 in the recount, Trump gained only 125.
Trump demanded the recount in two of Wisconsin's counties after losing the state to Biden by more than 20,000 votes.
The Trump campaign spent $3 million to have these recounts done.
"The recount demonstrates what we already know: that elections in Milwaukee county are fair, transparent, accurate and secure," Milwaukee county clerk, George Christenson, said.
The state is now due to certify its result on Tuesday, with the recount in Dane county to finish on Sunday.
A judge has also this week dismissed the Trump team's challenge of the Pennsylvania results, saying their claims have "no merit". Trump says they will escalate it to the Supreme Court.
Biden won the presidential election with 306 electoral college votes, versus Trump's 232.
Overall, Biden had more than six million votes more than Trump.
Biden will take the oath of office on January 20 and become the next president of the US.
Trump continues to refuse to concede and yesterday claimed Biden will have to "prove" each of his 80 million votes if he wants to move into the White House.