President Trump promised to present the “true” results of the past presidential election, he wrote on Twitter on Monday.
“How can you certify an election when the certified numbers are wrong and it can be verified? Today in my speech, and especially on January 6, you will know the true numbers,” the incumbent wrote. He also stated that “Republicans have pros and cons, but one thing is certain – they never forget!”
On Monday evening, Trump will hold a rally in Georgia for the Jan. 5 Senate runoff election. Trump’s formal reason for traveling and attending the “victory rally in Dalton,” as labeled by the White House, is to support Republican candidates.
The president’s trip will come amid the publication of his phone call with Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, whom Trump has been persuading to recount votes in his favor.
Georgia Republicans counted votes in the presidential election a total of three times, and each time it turned out that Democrat Joe Biden beat Trump by a slim margin. As a result, Biden got all 16 of Georgia’s electors.
Trump does not admit defeat in the presidential election. According to the official electoral votes, Biden won 306 electoral votes from the states, while Trump won 232. Congress must approve the results on Jan. 6. Biden’s inauguration is scheduled for Jan. 20.