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Trump Pushes Back on Fulton D.A.’s Threat of Criminal Prosecution

'She is basing her potential claims on trying to find a tiny word or phrase (that isn’t there) during an absolutely PERFECT phone call... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Former President Donald Trump defended his famous phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, calling the conversation “perfect” in a statement released earlier this week, The Hill reported.

According to the former President, it was “an absolutely PERFECT phone call.”

Trump was responding to a statement made by Fulton County District Attorney Fani T. Willis last week that some people may face prison time as a result of her probe into the phone call.

Willis’ probe is based on the premise that Trump attempted to influence the results of the 2020 election in Georgia amidst reports of widespread vote fraud in the swing state.

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“The allegations are very serious. If indicted and convicted, people are facing prison sentences,” Willis told the Washington Post, without clarifying who could face such punishments.

But according to Trump, the desperate Willis is grasping at fantasies.

She “is spending almost all of her waking hours, which aren’t many, on attempting to prosecute a very popular president, Donald J. Trump” and that she “is basing her potential claims on trying to find a tiny word or phrase (that isn’t there) during an absolutely PERFECT phone call, concerning widespread Election Fraud in Georgia.”

He also noted that there were others listening in on the call who took no issue with what was discussed.

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Those on the call “had no problems with the call, and didn’t voice any objections or complaints about anything that I said on the call which could be construed as inappropriate.”

In any case, Raffensperger failed to investigate the potential fraud, drawing ire from the former president, who subsequently endorsed a challenger to Raffensperger in the recent primary.

Nonetheless, Raffensperger was victorious in the recent Republican primary, and now has a chance to secure his seat as Secretary of State once more.

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