Africa Map

African Press Agency

African Press Agency Logo

 Country Profile
 Useful Links
 Contact us


[Published: Sunday November 22 2020]

 Georgia and Michigan deliver another blow to Trump’s bid to undo election

WASHINGTON, 21 Nov. - (ANA) - Joseph R. Biden Jr. was certified as the winner in Georgia, and Michigan Republicans said they had no information that would change the tally in a state Mr. Biden also won.
President Trump’s attempt to undo the election results was undercut twice by fellow Republicans on Friday, as Georgia became the first contested state to certify Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory and Michigan lawmakers — after meeting with the president — said they would not intervene in their state’s election certification process.
After steady complaints by Mr. Trump about the Georgia vote count and a methodical hand recount, Georgia’s secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger, bluntly declared on Friday, “I live by the motto that numbers don’t lie,” and made official the final tally showing Mr. Biden had defeated Mr. Trump by 12,670 votes, out of roughly five million cast. Gov. Brian Kemp, also a Republican, tersely stated that he would sign the certification.
Hours later, a delegation of seven Michigan Republicans, who had met with Mr. Trump at the White House at his request, said they had no information “that would change the outcome of the election in Michigan.” Mr. Biden beat Mr. Trump in the state by nearly three percentage points.  - (ANA) -
AB/ANA/21 November 2020 - - -

North South News website

Advertise banner

News icon Ethiopia/ICRC
News icon UK/Telecom
News icon US/Coronavirus
News icon Nigeria/Civilian killing
News icon Afghanistan/Bomb Blast
News icon Syria/Constitution
News icon Germany/Russia
News icon Iran/Israel
News icon US/Military
News icon Ethiopia/Tigray conflict

AFRICAN PRESS AGENCY Copyright © 2005 - 2007