Donald Trump pledges to campaign against Georgia’s GOP governor Brian Kemp. Trump unable to concede defeat in the election, the president has already threatened his party leaders in various ways.
It was not so clear for so long. This time around, he said without hesitation that he would campaign against Georgia Governor Brian Kemp in 2022.
The reason for President Trump’s anger is clear. Joe Biden won the November 3 election in Georgia. President Trump, who lost by a narrow margin, used pressure from the governor of the state to reverse the outcome of the vote. But no one succumbed to his pressure.
Conversely, Brian Kemp criticized President Trump’s actions. As a result, it is only natural that Donald Trump, who lost 16 electoral votes, should be angry with him. There is that too.
According to the New York Post, Donald Trump addressed a rally in Dalton, Georgia on the eve of the Georgia Senate election. He made it clear that he would step down in 2022 so that Brian Kemp could not remain in the governor’s office.
“I will be back in a year and a half,” he said. I assure you, I will campaign against the Governor and the insane Secretary of State. “
Note that the Washington Post recently leaked a phone conversation with President Trump. In that phone call, President Trump put unethical pressure on Georgia’s Secretary of State to change the outcome of the vote.
However, Biden is certain to win the election, despite repeated vote counts. In that hour-long phone call, Trump has clearly abused his power. The United States is now fighting over this.
President Donald Trump traveled to Georgia to run a last-minute campaign on behalf of two senators known as Trump-close, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler. This election has already become very important.
Because the calculation of the majority of the Senate depends on the result of the election of these two seats. During his last-minute campaign, Trump repeatedly raised the issue of his November 3 vote.
“There is no reason to lose in Georgia,” Donald Trump said. It was a rigged election. I fought two elections; I have won both. The second was more successful than the first.
Calling on Republican candidates to vote in the Senate election, Trump said David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler should not suffer like him. “We can’t let it happen anymore,” he said.
Don’t let it happen tomorrow night that you have to suddenly hear the announcement of defeat instead of all the calculations like magic from the position ahead. ‘
Trump is furious over governor Brian Kemp. In an interview with Fox News last month, Trump said, “I’m ashamed that Kemp has been nominated in 2018. He did nothing on my behalf alleging vote fraud.