Donald Trump is said to have exerted pressure in another case

Donald Trump

The incumbent US president does not accept the election result in Georgia.

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Washington According to a media report, US President Donald Trump is said to have tried in another case to influence the result of the presidential election in Georgia. The “Washington Post” reported on Saturday that Trump had called the chief investigator of the Secretary of State for the elections, Brad Raffensperger, in a telephone call on December 23, to “find” electoral fraud. Trump had given him the prospect of becoming a “national hero”.

Raffensperger confirmed the phone call to the newspaper, but said he did not know the specific statements of Trump. However, he thinks it is problematic that an elected politician intervenes in an investigation into election fraud. The Republican Trump lost the election on November 3rd to the Democrat Joe Biden. Trump then claimed without evidence that he had been robbed of victory by massive electoral fraud in Georgia and other states.


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