Donald Trump heavily criticised, with demands for impeachment, after call about Georgia election
Yet former Republican chairman of the Federal Election Commission, Trevor Potter, argued it would be a decision for the Justice Department in Biden’s administration. “There is a good argument that Trump is seeking to procure a fraudulent vote count by stating that he needs exactly 11,780 votes and is threatening the secretary of state if he does not produce them,” Mr. Potter told The New York Times. “But even if the Biden Justice Department thinks they have a good case, is that how they want to start off the Biden presidency? That is a policy decision.”
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