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Trump Accused of Trying to Change Georgia Election Results

Donald Trump (symbolic picture)
Donald Trump (symbolic picture)


Washington (August 16,2023) : Former President Donald Trump has been accused of trying to change the results of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia. The accusation comes from a newly released recording of a phone call between Trump and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. In the call, Trump can be heard pressuring Raffensperger to "find" enough votes to overturn the election results. Trump also made false claims about the election being "rigged" and "stolen."

Raffensperger refused to comply with Trump's demands, and he has since filed a criminal complaint against Trump. The complaint alleges that Trump committed election interference and solicitation of election fraud. Trump has denied the allegations, calling them "false" and "baseless." However, the recording of the phone call provides strong evidence that Trump tried to interfere in the election.

The allegations against Trump are serious, and they could have far-reaching consequences. If Trump is found guilty of election interference, he could face criminal charges. He could also be disbarred from practicing law. The allegations against Trump also raise questions about the integrity of the 2020 presidential election. If Trump was willing to try to change the results of the election in Georgia, it is possible that he tried to do the same thing in other states. The investigation into Trump's alleged election interference is ongoing. It is important to let the investigation play out before making any judgments about Trump's guilt or innocence. However, the allegations against Trump are serious, and they deserve to be taken seriously.

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