Trump call to Ga. elections chief could spur charges
ATLANTA (WRDW/WAGT) - There could be repercussions for President Donald Trump in Georgia after a recorded phone call with the secretary of state asking him to find votes.
Trump’s phone call happened at the beginning of the month, Secretary of State Bradf Raffensperger has said.
A Georgia attorney and member of the state Board of Elections says he plans to make a motion that could eventually lead to charges in Fulton County.
The motion would still need board approval, but it’s the next step for possible court filings.
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