Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has said former President Donald Trump “knows in his heart that he lost” the 2020 presidential election ahead of his visit to the state on Saturday. Raffensperger was interviewed by The Washington Examiner on Friday and reaffirmed that Trump “lost the election fair and square” but acknowledged it was difficult to counteract the former president’s claims due to his platform.
Trump will speak at a Save America rally at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, Georgia, on Saturday and is expected to repeat claims of voter fraud in the last election. Raffensperger told the newspaper: “What bothers me, and it really should bother everyone, after 10 months since the last ballots were counted, we’re still dealing with this misinformation and disinformation surrounding the elections.”
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Brad Raffensperger said the former president “continued to promote the big lie” of voter fraud in the 2020 election. https://t.co/653vUyPyj3
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