Adviser Trump was accused of trying to influence the elections

Adviser Trump was accused of trying to influence the elections

U.S. presidential adviser Donald Trump Peter Navarro was accused of trying to influence the presidential election. This was reported by CBS News with reference to the office of the special prosecutor.

It is noted that Navarro has violated the Hatch law. The 1939 law prohibits officials from making public political statements. A statement from the control body said that Navarro used his official authority to influence the results of the 2020 presidential election.

In November, it was reported that the office of the U.S. special prosecutor was interested in the election campaign of U.S. President Donald Trump and began investigating the use of his White House headquarters for its purposes. Democrat Bill Pascrell, a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and a member of the U.S. Congress House of Representatives, sent an urgent request for a federal investigation of violations of the Hatch Act by Trump’s administration.

On November 3 regular presidential elections were held in the USA. The counting of votes and proceedings on this issue continue to this day. According to the mass media, Democrat Joe Biden scored the necessary number of votes for the victory, thus bypassing Trump. The Democrat has already proclaimed himself elected president of the United States. Trump does not admit defeat in the election and accuses his opponent of ‘massive fraud’.