New York – This week, the White House was forced to resign the Federal Prosecutor in Georgia for failing to support the efforts of the outgoing president, Donald Trump, To investigate the assumption Electoral fraud In that major state he lost in last November’s election, as reported on Saturday The Wall Street Journal (Wall Street Journal).
Attorney General Byung Jae-bak, who was personally nominated by Trump, announced his resignation by surprise last Monday, a day before the second round of Georgia’s Senate elections, which ended with ceding control of the House of Representatives. High for the Democrats.
According to WSJ, which cited anonymous sources, the resignation came after a senior Justice Department official called Buck at the White House’s request and ordered him to leave the position.
The reason, according to the newspaper, is that Trump considered that the attorney general did not do enough to investigate the alleged electoral fraud during the presidential elections last November, which the president denounced without evidence since his defeat.
The resignation came a day after Trump made a call with Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Ravensberger, where he said He called for “finding” thousands of votes in his favor in the state.
The Wall Street Journal also revealed this Saturday, prior to that call, the outgoing president called another state official in December to demand proof of the alleged fraud and other White House representatives did the same for weeks.
Georgian authorities have so far refuted all Trump’s accusations of alleged electoral fraud in the state, which the incumbent president lost by 11,779 votes in the November elections, and where there were already three charges to confirm the election result. elections.
Trump also denounced the alleged fraud in other states where he lost, and has filed several lawsuits that judges have so far dismissed.
The US Congress this week approved the Democrat’s victory Joe Biden On a day he was forced to stop meeting for hours due to the assault on the Capitol building led by supporters of the outgoing president, which left four people dead.
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