President Trump Cancels Georgia Event Promising Evidence of Election Fraud
Former President Donald Trump has canceled a press conference where he planned to present evidence of voter fraud in Georgia during the 2020...
Former President Donald Trump Cancels Press Conference on Voter Fraud Claims in Georgia
Former President Donald Trump has canceled a press conference where he planned to present evidence of voter fraud in Georgia during the 2020 presidential election. This comes after he was indicted on 13 felony counts related to his alleged attempts to overturn the election results. Trump had previously announced on social media that he would release a detailed report on election fraud in Georgia, claiming it was "irrefutable."
Trump's Lawyers Advise Against Holding Event
Former President Donald Trump has claimed that a conclusive report will lead to the dropping of all charges against him and others. He also called for prosecutors to target those who allegedly rigged the election. However, Trump's lawyers advised him against holding an event to make these claims, as it could be used against him in his case. One of his former White House lawyers warned that such an event could potentially result in an obstruction charge, as it may be seen as an attempt to influence the jury pool.
Trump to Present Evidence in Legal Filings
Former President Donald Trump announced on social media that he will not be releasing a report on the alleged election fraud and irregularities in the 2020 Presidential Election in Georgia. Instead, he plans to present the evidence in formal legal filings as his lawyers fight to dismiss the indictment against him. Trump criticized the district attorney, calling the indictment disgraceful and accusing them of seeking publicity and campaign finance. He also mentioned the high crime rate in Atlanta, where the district attorney presides. As a result, Trump stated that the previously planned news conference is no longer necessary.
Trump Expected to Release 100+ Page Report
According to The New York Times, former President Donald Trump is expected to release a 100+ page report that alleges the 2020 presidential election was rigged and stolen. The report was compiled by one of Trump's communications aides, who is described as a "true believer" in these claims.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp Refutes Claims of Election Rigging
Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp has refuted former President Donald Trump's claim that the 2020 election in Georgia was rigged. Kemp posted a screenshot of Trump's statement on X (formerly known as Twitter) and asserted that the election was not stolen.
Kemp Emphasizes Secure and Fair Elections
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has declared that there has been no evidence of fraud presented in a court of law regarding the state's elections for the past three years. He emphasized that Georgia's elections are secure, accessible, and fair, and he intends to maintain this integrity as long as he remains governor. Kemp also highlighted the importance of focusing on the future of the country in the upcoming 2024 elections.
The content provided is a statement asserting that the 2020 election in Georgia was not stolen. It emphasizes that no evidence of fraud has been presented in a court of law over the past three years. The statement also highlights that elections in Georgia are secure, accessible, and fair.
The content provided is a tweet from Brian Kemp, who is likely a political figure. The tweet was posted on August 15, 2023.