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Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) suggested Monday on ABC’s “Good Morning America” that the Fulton County District Attorney could launch a criminal probe into the leaked audio from a one-hour phone call in which President Donald Trump asked Raffensperger to “find 11,780 votes.”
Anchor George Stephanopoulos asked, “David Worley a Democratic member of the State Election Board which you chair, asked you to open an investigation into the call. Will you open that investigation?”
The article goes on to state the following:
Raffensperger said, “I believe that because I had a conversation with the president, also he had a conversation with our chief investigator after we did the signature match audit of Cobb County last week, there may be a conflict of interest.”
“I understand that the Fulton County District Attorney wants to look at it. Maybe that’s the appropriate venue for it to go,” he added.
Georgia Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger tells @GStephanopoulos that the data Pres. Trump cited to him throughout an hour-long phone call Saturday to claim there was rampant voter fraud in the state’s presidential election “is just plain wrong.” https://t.co/rCKKVu2l1N pic.twitter.com/elklrk5WET
— ABC News (@ABC) January 4, 2021
FULL INTERVIEW: Georgia Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger speaks to @GMA about the hour-long phone recording of his conversation with the president on Saturday, in which he was pressed to overturn election results. https://t.co/5fAkr7INAT
— Good Morning America (@GMA) January 4, 2021
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