Trump called a fake recount in Georgia

US President Donald Trump, who is seeking re-election, called a fake recount of votes in Georgia as part of the presidential election that ended in early November.

“The fake recount taking place in Georgia means nothing because it is not allowed to view and verify signatures there,” he wrote on Twitter.

The social network has already flagged Trump’s message as controversial.

The difference between Joe Biden, who announced his victory, and the current US President Donald Trump in Georgia does not exceed 15,000 votes out of about 5 million ballots. A victory in a named state allows a presidential candidate to win the support of 16 electoral votes.

According to us media estimates, excluding Georgia’s votes, democratic representative Joe Biden has already received the necessary 270 electoral votes to win the presidential race.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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