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Trump Cancels Monday Presentation Of Georgia Presidential Election Fraud Report

The Findings Will Reportedly Be Presented In Formal Legal Filings

Former President Donald Trump has cancelled his scheduled Monday presentation of a report detailing Presidential Election fraud in the state of Georgia.

Trump’s lawyers have reportedly recommended the former president against presenting the report in favor of issuing the report’s findings in formal legal filings.

“Rather than releasing the Report on the Rigged & Stolen Georgia 2020 Presidential Election on Monday,” Trump said, “my lawyers would prefer putting this, I believe, Irrefutable & Overwhelming evidence of Election Fraud & Irregularities in formal Legal Filings as we fight to dismiss this disgraceful Indictment by a publicity & campaign finance seeking D.A., who sadly presides over a record breaking Murder & Violent Crime area, Atlanta.”

“Therefore, the News Conference is no longer necessary!”

Trump announced he would present a “large, complex, detailed,” and “irrefutable” report on presidential election fraud in Georgia earlier this week following his indictment in the state by Fulton County district attorney Fani Willis.

“[The report] is almost complete & will be presented by me at a major News Conference at 11:00 A.M. on Monday of next week in Bedminster, New Jersey,” Trump wrote on Truth Social. “Based on the results of this CONCLUSIVE Report, all charges should be dropped against me & others – There will be a complete EXONERATION! They never went after those that Rigged the Election.”

“They only went after those that fought to find the RIGGERS!”

Former Trump-era White House lawyer Ty Cobb warned the former president of presenting the report, suggesting the act could be used against him in his Georgia indictment.

“This is, you know, generating chaos. I mean, frankly, there’s a good chance that whatever document he produces ends up as evidence against him,” Cobb said during a Tuesday night appearance on CNN. “It could even end up as the basis for an obstruction count against the author because it’s likely to be fiction and solely for the purpose of contaminating the jury pool.”

However, Cobb also suggested the absence of evidence of fraud in the state of Georgia was “patently evident” before praising Georgia governor Brian Kemp and Georgia Brad Raffensperger for putting “country before party.”

“Anybody who’s followed the Georgia events, and certainly anybody who reads this indictment, will be able to see how fraudulently those claims were made,” Cobb said.

The Guardian claimed Trump’s announcement of the presidential election fraud report contained a “thinly veiled play” on a racial slur.

The outlet suggested Trump’s reference to officials who allegedly rigged the 2020 presidential election as “riggers” was suggestive of a racial slur for black people.

“Willis is African American. So too are the two New York-based prosecutors who have investigated Trump, the Manhattan district attorney Alvin Bragg who indicted him in April over alleged hush-money payments, and Letitia James, the state attorney general who is investigating Trump’s financial records,” The Guardian wrote.

The outlet noted Trump’s use of the term was featured in social media posts by supporters of the former president “in a disparaging context.”

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