President Trump lobbied Georgia's lead election investigator to produce evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election, the Washington Post reported. In a call last month, Trump told the unnamed official to "find the fraud" and said they would be "a national hero." Jordan Fuchs, Georgia's Deputy Secretary of State, confirmed to NBC that the call occurred.
- The president called Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, demanding he call a special session of the legislature to appoint pro-Trump electors. Kemp refused Trump's request.
- Last week, the Post released the transcript and audio of a call between Trump and Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, where the president asked election officials to "find" enough votes to overturn his loss.
- President-elect Joe Biden defeated President Trump in Georgia by 11,779 votes. Biden is the first Democrat to win Georgia since Bill Clinton in 1992.
- Since losing the election on Nov. 3, the president has continued to allege voter fraud. Trump and his allies have lost at least 40 cases and recently dropped all lawsuits in Georgia.
- The WSJ reported that the White House forced U.S. Attorney Byung J. Pak, a Trump appointee, to resign as the president felt he wasn't doing enough to investigate his voter fraud claims in Georgia.