U.S. incumbent president Donald Trump asked Georgia’s state government for assistance in reviewing the results of the presidential election, calling for a local legislative assembly to discuss the election.
Trump said he would “easily and quickly” win in Georgia by checking voters’ signatures on mailed ballots. “At least ask for a special legislature session immediately, you can do that,” Trump asked the governor.
That’s how he reacted to Kemp, who confirmed on Twitter that he had discussed the election with Trump and assured the latter that he himself was not against auditing signatures. Trump replied that no verification had yet been conducted.
Earlier, the headquarters of the incumbent U.S. leader Donald Trump filed a lawsuit demanding to invalidate the results of the U.S. presidential election in Georgia. The White House head’s report said that tens of thousands of illegally cast votes had been documented, which made the existing results invalid.
Regular presidential elections were held in the USA on November 3, 2020. Currently, the counting of votes and the proceedings on this issue are still ongoing. According to the media assessment, Biden scored the necessary number of votes to win the election, thus bypassing Trump. The Democrat has already proclaimed himself elected president of the United States.