Trump intends to travel to Georgia to support Republican candidates for the Senate

The US President plans to address the residents of the state.

President of the United States Donald Trump will visit Georgia’s state to speak in support of candidates for the Senate from the Republican Party. The American leader told reporters, the broadcast was conducted by the C-Span TV channel.

“Going back to Georgia, I’ll go there on Saturday night. Maybe I’ll go twice. We must win these races,” Trump said. The White House later clarified that by Saturday, the US President meant December 5. The American leader noted that he plans to speak to the state’s residents, possibly at the airport. “We are looking for a place,” he said. Trump has admitted that there will be “tens of thousands of people.

Speaking about Republicans David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, whose re-election to the Senate from Georgia depends on the balance of power in the upper house of the US Congress, and Trump said: “These are wonderful people. I know them very well.” Democrats John Ossoff and Raphael Warnock are contesting their seats in the Senate. The second round of elections is scheduled for January 5, 2021, in the state.

According to the President of the United States, in Georgia, when voting in the General election on November 3, “there was incredible fraud.” “I probably won by a margin of hundreds of thousands of votes,” he said.

According to Fox News, the Republican Party brings its representation in the Senate (100 seats overall) to 50 seats, compared to 48 for the Democrats. The Senate’s control issue will be finally decided during the second round of elections in Georgia, where two Senate seats are at stake.

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