Georgian Foreign Secretary Brad Raffensperger defended his state’s election when President Donald Trump repeatedly cited rebutted allegations of fraud and the prospect of a « crime » during a taped telephone conversation. (Jan. . 4)
DONALD TRUMP: So look, all I want to do is this. I only want 11. Find 780 votes, one more than we do. Because we won the state. And turning the state around is a great testimony to our country. Because you know it’s a will that you can admit a mistake. Or whatever you want to call it when it was a mistake. I dont know.
BRAD RAFFENSPERGER: Mr. . President, you have people filing information. And we have our employees who submit information. And then it comes to court.
And the court then has to make a decision. We have to stand by our numbers. We believe our numbers are correct.
DONALD TRUMP: No, that’s not social media. This is Trump Media. It’s not social media. It really isn’t.
It’s not social media. I am not interested in social. I couldn’t care less. Social media is big tech. Big tech is on your side, you know.
I don’t even know why you have a page. Because you want an accurate choice. And you’re a republican.
DONALD TRUMP: No.. No you do not. No. No you do not. You didn’t. You don’t even have close.
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President Trump has been addressing Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger for weeks on the latter’s refusal to believe unfounded allegations of widespread election fraud in the state, and the couple beamed them off the phone on Saturday. The Washington Post received a recording of the conversation in which Trump continues to advance conspiracy theories and repeatedly urges Raffensperger to find a way to undo President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the state. Raffensperger, for his part, held on. At one point during the call, Trump, who claims he won Georgia « by hundreds of thousands of votes, » said Raffensperger that he just wanted « 11. Find 780 votes, one more than we do. « He also suggested to Raffensperger that » there is nothing wrong with saying . . . that you have recalculated « and warned that many Republicans will not vote if » this cannot be resolved before « Georgia’s upcoming Senate runoff » because they hate what you did to the president. « But there was no indication that Trump’s pleading or criminal complaint speech had any effect on Raffensperger – he told Trump the data he was arguing was inaccurate and based mostly on social media posts while his office’s legal adviser , Ryan Germany, Trump’s conspiracies shot down voting machine manipulation and ballot destruction. Legal experts told the Post the call put Trump in « legally questionable territory » as it could be construed as an attempt to get Raffensperger to deal with Georgia’s election results, but ultimately they believe the « clearer violation is a moral one. « . « Read more on the Washington Post. More stories from the week. Com Trump’s official schedule says he will « make many calls and hold many meetings ». Fears are rising about Indonesia’s Jurassic Park Nashville bomber, sending packages « holding his views, » says the FBI
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Sen. . David Perdue R-Ga. discusses the audio published by the Washington Post with ‘The Next Revolution’ and provides insight into the Georgia Senate race.
President Trump is expected to award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif. ) on Monday, followed a week later by Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), Axios and The Washington Post reported on Sunday evening. Trump « uses part of his final days at the White House to reward friends and allies with pardons and other accolades, » the Post notes, and Nunes and Jordan are two of Trump’s closest allies in Congress. Jordan was a vocal and passionate defender of Trump during his impeachment negotiations, and Nunes was one of the president’s greatest allies in his efforts to undermine the Justice Department’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. Trump quoted Nunes’ « bravery » in Imbroglio, Russia, when he proposed Fox & Friends 2018 to award Nunes the « very important » medal of freedom after first calling it the Medal of Honor, the Post reports. The Medal of Honor is a military award while the Medal of Freedom is the nation’s highest civilian honor, though Trump has bestowed that honor on some controversial recipients. More stories from the week. Com Trump’s official schedule says he will « make many calls and hold many meetings ». Fears are rising about Indonesia’s Jurassic Park Nashville bomber, sending packages « holding his views, » says the FBI
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