The White House has forced Georgia’s U.S. attorney general to resign

White House officials pushed for the resignation of Atlanta’s top federal attorney ahead of Georgia’s U.S. Senate elections because President Trump regretted that he was not enough to investigate the president’s unproven claims about presidential fraud, those familiar with the matter said.

On the orders of the White House, a senior official in the judiciary, Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney Pyongyang, was arrested. Calling Bach, Mr. He said he should resign because the people did not pursue allegations of vote rigging to Trump’s satisfaction. Said.

Mr. Bach abruptly resigned on Monday, the day before the run – in an early morning email to colleagues, saying his departure was due to “unforeseen circumstances”.

Mr. for trying to change the outcome of the presidential election in support of President-elect Joe Biden, which includes his victory in Georgia. As part of Trump’s weekly drive, Mr. Mr Trump this week, continued American Capitol Riot, Mr. Biden said he would step down on Jan. 20 when he takes office.

The recently departed Attorney General William Barr told the Judiciary Evidence of widespread voter fraud is not available Mr. Biden’s victory could be reversed, including fraud, ballot destruction and the manipulation of the voting machine.

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