Trump Lawyers Advise Against Holding Event to Release 100+ Page Report on 'Election Fraud'
Lawyers representing former President Donald Trump are advising him to cancel a scheduled press conference where he plans to present evidenc...
Lawyers advise Trump to cancel press conference on election fraud
Lawyers representing former President Donald Trump are advising him to cancel a scheduled press conference where he plans to present evidence of election fraud in Georgia. Trump had announced on social media that he would reveal a "large, complex, detailed but irrefutable report" on election fraud in Georgia during a news conference in Bedminster, New Jersey. He claimed that based on the findings of this report, all charges against him and others should be dropped, leading to a complete exoneration. However, his lawyers are urging him to reconsider this press conference.
Trump's lawyers caution against holding press conference on alleged election rigging
Former President Donald Trump is considering canceling a planned press conference where he intended to discuss alleged election rigging. Trump claims that those who fought to uncover election rigging were targeted, while the actual riggers were not pursued. However, his own lawyers are reportedly advising him against holding the event due to potential legal consequences. Multiple news organizations, including ABC News, have reported that the press conference is now uncertain, although some of Trump's aides are still urging him to proceed.
Trump expected to release a 100-page report on election rigging
According to The New York Times, former President Donald Trump is expected to release a report that is over 100 pages long. The report was compiled by one of his communications aides who strongly believes in Trump's claims that the 2020 election was rigged and stolen.
Georgia Governor Kemp denies election theft claims
Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp responded to former President Trump's announcement about a Monday press conference by stating that the 2020 election in Georgia was not stolen. Kemp emphasized that no one has provided evidence of fraud under oath in a court of law for nearly three years. He affirmed that Georgia's elections are secure, accessible, and fair and will remain so as long as he is governor. Kemp also emphasized the importance of focusing on the future of the country in the upcoming 2024 elections.
The content provided is a tweet stating that the 2020 election in Georgia was not stolen. It emphasizes that no evidence of fraud has been presented in a court of law, and asserts that Georgia's elections are secure, accessible, and fair.
The content provided is a tweet by Brian Kemp, who is presumably a political figure. The tweet was posted on August 15, 2023, but the actual content of the tweet is not provided.