President Trump to visit Georgia on eve of Senate runoff

ATLANTA — President Trump announced on Twitter Sunday that he will return to Georgia for a rally on the eve of Georgia’s crucial Senate runoff.

“As badly as we were treated in Georgia by the “Republican” Governor and “Republican” Secretary of State, we must have a massive victory for two great people, @KLoeffler & @sendavidperdue, on January 5th,” Trump wrote.

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The rally will be on the night of Jan. 4, but no other details were released about where the President might make an appearance.

The twin runoffs against Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff will determine who controls the U.S. Senate when President-elect Joe Biden takes office in just a month.


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Trump last visited Georgia on Dec. 5 for a rally in Valdosta.

Trump has continued to make unproven claims that there was massive voter fraud in Georgia and railed against Georgia’s Republican Governor, Brian Kemp and Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger. Both men have repeatedly said the state’s election process was legitimate and that Biden clearly won the state by a slim margin of just under 13,000 votes.

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