Trump’s headquarters has filed a claim for annulment of Georgia’s election results

Trump's headquarters has filed a claim for annulment of Georgia's election results

The headquarters of current U.S. leader Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit demanding that the results of the U.S. presidential election in Georgia be invalidated.

“Tens of thousands of illegally cast votes were documented, which makes the existing results invalid,” the report says.

According to Reuters, fraud in the elections under oath was reported by several residents of Georgia.

On November 24, Donald Trump personally ordered to start the procedure of power transfer. He instructed the GSA and his team to “do what it takes” on the original protocols for the transfer of power to Biden. According to the American leader, he made this decision “in the best interests of the country”.

On November 25, the American leader reiterated that he had won the election of the head of state. According to him, the Democratic Party used frauds at the current presidential elections in USA, including ballot stuffing, voting on behalf of dead people and removal of observers from polling stations.

Regular presidential elections were held in the USA on November 3, 2020. Currently, the counting of votes and proceedings on this issue are still ongoing. According to media reports, Biden scored the necessary number of votes to win, thus bypassing Trump. The Democrat has already proclaimed himself elected president of the United States.