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President Trump’s campaign files lawsuit claiming voter fraud in Georgia

President Donald Trump’s campaign has filed a lawsuit that claims alleged voter fraud took place in the state of Georgia.

The administration stated that the lawsuit would include sworn statements from residents of Georgia alleging fraud.

This follows a series of legal challenges, the majority of which have been rejected by the courts, that have been taken by the president following his loss to Democrat Joe Biden.

US Attorney General Bill Barr stated that the Justice Department found no evidence of voter fraud that was significant enough to change the outcome of the election. Donald Trumps’s lawyers ‘Rudy Giuliani’ and ‘Jenna Ellis’ stated that they will continue to pursue legal action in relation to the alleged voter fraud that has taken place.

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