In a leaked phone call Trump makes Georgia Secretary of State “find” the votes
A 1-hour recording of a conversation between US President Donald Trump and Georgia State Secretary Brad Raffensperger shows Trump's confidence in winning the presidential election.
“Oh, I don't know, look Brad. I got to get ... I have to find 12,000 votes and I have them times a lot. And therefore, I won the state. That's before we go to the next step, which is in the process of right now. You know, and I watched you this morning and you said, uh, well, there was no criminality,” Trump said.
With an extensive database of evidence of massive electoral fraud, some Republicans have already requested a full audit of ballots in the United States. Against the backdrop of these events, Trump, in his usual manner, demanded that Raffensperger start looking for votes.
“Look, all I want to do is this: I just want to find 11,780 votes,” Trump told Raffensperger. An official recount has affirmed that Biden beat Trump by 11,779 votes in the traditionally Republican state. “Flipping the state is a great testament to our country. It’s a testament that they can admit to a mistake.”
The Secretary of State himself remained calm and replied to Donald Trump that his vision and allegations of fraud were incorrect.
“The challenge that you have is that the data you have is wrong,” Raffensperger responded.
A full transcript of the entire conversation is available here.
The Washington Post was the first to publish the leaked record.
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