US President Donald Trump once again falsely claimed victory in Georgia in the top post in the country. Trump campaigned in Georgia for Republican senators Kyle Loeffler and David Pardew, falsely claiming he had won the state in the presidential election.
Trump said at the first rally after the presidential election, “We know we have won in Georgia.” You understand this. ‘ In reality, America’s newly elected President Joe Biden won the election in Georgia by a margin of about 12,500 votes.
Trump said that he has come to Georgia to ensure the victory of both Republicans, which is perhaps the most important contest for the Senate in US history. At the beginning of the rally, First Lady Melania Trump told the people of Georgia that it is most important at this time that ‘you as a citizen exercise your rights and vote.’
A senior official in Georgia said on condition of confidentiality that Trump had called the Governor of Georgia on Saturday before the rally to appeal for a special session of the Legislative Assembly to reverse the outcome of the state’s presidential election. Governor Brien Kemp turned down the request.