The incriminating evidence against Donald Trump over an explosive phone call in Georgia is growing.
- Calls from Donald Trump in the state of Georgia continue to cause turmoil.
- Of the Ex-President is said to have set a top investigator on a possible fraud during the US election 2020.
- A record of the Conversation was apparently deleted from one of their devices.
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Update from Monday, March 15, 2021, 11:24 a.m .: The affair surrounding the call from Donald Trump to a top investigator for possible election fraud in Georgia coming to a head. As reported by the US news broadcaster “CNN”, the recorded conversation is said to be in the trash of a device belonging to the investigator Frances Watson have been found. The discovery of the audio file follows doubts from officials that a recording of the conversation between Trump and Watson exist.
The call from Donald Trump shows the ex-president’s persistent efforts to expose electoral fraud in Georgia. Frances Watson was investigating in the Secretary of State’s Georgia office. Their results showed that Georgia was free from electoral fraud and that Joe Biden was the rightful winner of the 2020 US election was in Georgia. According to “CNN”, she did not want to comment on the audio file found.
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Update from March 14, 2021, 10:45 p.m .: According to a report by the US broadcaster MSNBC, numerous reporters are currently flocking to Florida. Your goal: Mar-a-Lago, Luxury resort and current residence of Donald Trump. This is reported in an interview with MSNBC Laurence Leamer, author of a book about Mar-a-Lago. “It’s absolutely crazy. Reporters from all over the world flock here right now. Everyone wants to hear about Donald Trump, ”said Leamer, who himself comes from Palm Beach.
While the former president in Mar-a-Lago concentrates on the role of the extravagant host, the investigations against him are ongoing in New York and Georgia. Donald Trump there is a risk of charges of tax evasion and falsification of accounts.
Donald Trump – tape exposed: “I want them to find votes”
First report from March 11, 2021: Washington DC – A phone call from Donald Trump cares in the US state Georgia further for a lot of fuss. The then still incumbent president had the republican election officer after the lost election Brad Raffensperger prompted the election victory of Joe Biden to be canceled in the state. Had in the phone call Donald Trump Raffensperger among other things, asked to “find” enough votes in Georgia. “So, I just want one thing, I just want to find 11,780 votes,” said Donald Trump to Raffensperger.
Donald Trump: “I won, I know that”
Obviously, that wasn’t the only call with which Donald Trump tried to interfere in the election. He is also said to have set a top investigator on the possible election fraud in Georgia, as the “Wall Street Journal” reports. In a conversation in December 2020, he reportedly said to investigator Frances Watson: “If the right answer comes out, you will be praised. I won everything but Georgia. And I won Georgia, I know that. And the people know it too. And something happened there. Something bad”.
Watson was investigating in the Secretary of State’s Georgia office at the time. Their results showed that Georgia was free from electoral fraud and that Joe Biden was the rightful winner of the 2020 US election in Georgia war. Donald Trump The call asked her to take a closer look at Fulton County, the most populous county in the state of Georgia. “There you will find things that are incredible,” said Trump. “All the dishonesty we felt. But Fulton is the main artery. ”
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Watson replied Donald Trump: “I can assure you that our team and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are only interested in the truth and in finding information that is based on facts.” The US news channel CNN reports that a spokesman Donald Trumps did not want to comment on the phone call.
Ari Schafer, spokesman for Brad Raffensperger’s office, told CNN, “This call is another example of how similar Raffensperger’s public statements are to those in private conversations. We obeyed the law, counted every legal vote, and followed up on every allegation of fraud. That is what we did, which is why we are now at a final result. “(Marvin Ziegele)