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An open inquiry into the post-election pressure on Trump in Georgia

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The sky is getting a little darker for the former American president who is about to be subjected to a new investigation. Georgia’s prosecutor announced on Wednesday (February 10) that a preliminary investigation would begin “Attempts to influence election activities in Georgia”, A major state where Donald Trump has put pressure on election officials to question presidential defeat.

“This survey will include [notamment] Violations of Georgia’s election laws prevent local and state officials from being deceived or given false testimony. ”The Fulton County prosecutor wrote a letter to several officers. Fanny Willis, the recently elected African-American Democrat, asks them “Keep all records related to the election” Especially “Testify to Attempts to Influence” Election officials, according to a copy of his letter, which was reproduced by several local media outlets.

“There is nothing wrong with saying that you have recalculated.”

The letter was addressed to Republican Brad Rafenseferperger, Georgia’s Secretary of State, who has come under intense pressure from Trump. The Republican billionaire asked him in a phone call announced on January 3rd “find out” 12,000 ballots in his name, enough to find Joe Biden in this position. “It is correct to say that you recalculated.”, He had announced.

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Trump is currently on trial in the Senate “Incitement to riot” In connection with the January 6 attack on the Capitol by his followers. He is also the subject of an investigation in New York, which involved money allegedly paid to former mistresses who allegedly bought the silence during the 2016 campaign, but is now more widely linked to bank or tax fraud.

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