MAGA supporters waited for hours in central Georgia on Saturday and put up signs declaring “Trump won” in anticipation of the former president’s first Labor Day campaign rally — despite Georgia’s secretary of state saying this week that Trump was “in his heart.” knows that he lost the election”.
Brad Raffensperger defends his handling of state election results in an interview Washington Examiner, hitting back after Mr Trump sent him in a letter in which the secretary of state received 45. was asked to “decertify”th President’s defeat last November.
“What bothers me, and this should really bother everyone, is that 10 months after the last ballots were counted, we are still dealing with all this misinformation and misinformation surrounding the election,” Mr Raffensper said.
State Secretary wrote a new book, loyalty matters, detailing the results of Georgia’s investigation into the election – which included multiple recounts, audits and checks.
“Every time we’ve looked at all these and all these concerns, it’s clear that Donald Trump lost the election fair and square,” Mr Raffensper said. examiner.
With regards to Trump’s appearance on Saturday – where he will endorse Republican candidates such as his friend, former football player and Senate candidate Herschel Walker – Mr Raffensperger seemed resigned but defiant.
“He’s going to come, and he’s going to say exactly what he’s going to say, but he knows in his heart that he lost the election,” Mr Raffensper said.
“He continues to promote the big lie, and then he is closing the issue as well,” he said.
State Secretary told examiner That his office would not specifically respond directly to anything said in Georgia on Saturday by Mr Trump, who is describing the event as an “EPIC rally”.
“We’re not going to win that bullhorn argument,” Mr Raffensper said.
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