President Trump travels to Georgia during runoff Senate race

Across the state, many Republicans fear that the president’s claims of voter fraud are discouraging voters on the right from coming out to vote again in an important two-seat Senate runoff race.
1:48 | 12/05/20

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President trump is Mary said out of sight today but he will be in Georgia tomorrow for a rally on behalf of Republican candidates defending their senate seats we've reported here. Of course those races will determine control of the senate. But with president trump calling the presidential election rigged in taking aim at Georgia what now about Republican vote it was who heard those words and now say why should we vote. Republicans find themselves trying to convince them now it's not rigged after all your Steve o.'s and some. From Georgia. The president is coming to Valdosta tomorrow trying to rally support for Georgia's two Republican senators who are fighting to keep their seats. From these two Democrats. But president trumps false claim that the November 3 election was stolen in Georgia. Has put senators Kelly law clerk and David Perdue who stand with him. In a tough spot this box they can't get out of the president's own parent would be in in this situation across this state many Republicans are now afraid that the president brings more harm than good. And his made up claims that it was fraud and not voters who decided the election is discouraging voters on the right from coming out to vote again. In just the last 24 hours a former lawyer for team trump was telling this to voters' wallets you. And posted another ridge. All election and voters are believing this chairing this message with the head of the RNC when she visited Georgia. Remember bringing aren't. It's not just I this is Becky. It's not decide it. It's a tricky thing for Republicans argued that the president wine and that the election was a fraud. And on the other hand argue that these two Republicans senators need to be elected in January to put up a roadblock. In front of a future president Biden. But that's what's happening here David Becker tracking it force thank you Steve.

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