President Donald Trump spoke to his supporters in Valdosta, Georgia on December 5, 2020 (Photo: AFP/ VNA)
Addressing in front of thousands of supporters in Valdosta city, Georgia, President Trump still repeated claims of the election fraud and said he would win.
Earlier, on the night before his visit to Georgia, President Donald Trump is hitting the state with a lawsuit, hoping to overturn the presidential election results in the state and force another election.
Trump’s legal team is also bringing forward dozens of signed affidavits from Georgia residents who claimed to have witnessed voter fraud.
Donald Trump’s campaign said earlier that it filed a lawsuit in Georgia state court on Friday seeking to invalidate the presidential election results there.
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