Trump wanted to replace the attorney general for the elections …

It is alleged that Donald Trump considered sacking Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen and replacing him with a lawyer, which would nullify the election results in Georgia. This was reported by various US media outlets, including The New York Times and The Washington Post.

The plan is said to have come from the hat of Geoffrey Clark, the attorney who supported Trump in his quest to demonstrate widespread fraud in the US presidential election. Clark had proposed to replace the attorney general and thus cancel elections in Georgia. The only reason Trump pulled out of the plan is because all of the department’s employees would have announced that they would quit if that happened.

Trump lost the Georgia election by a narrow margin to Biden. Earlier, there was a leaked recording in which Trump pressured the Georgia foreign minister to amend the election result and “find” the correct number of votes.

In the meantime, it also became clear that the second Trump impeachment trial would not be delayed for long: It should begin in the week of February 8. To oust Trump, or in this case, to prevent him from re-taking the political office, 67 senators must vote for him. This means that 17 Republicans need to be convinced.

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