F Trump legal counsel urges cancellation of news conference challenging Georgia claims: source

President Donald Trump, who vowed at a recent news conference to deny the Fulton County District Attorney's office allegations, is now under serious suspicion, multiple sources familiar with the matter told ABC News.

Sources told ABC News that Trump's legal counsel told him that holding a news conference about the voter fraud allegations could get him into more legal trouble, as did some of his lawyers.

Former president and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during the Nevada Republican Volunteer Recruiting Event at Calvary Church on July 8, 2023 in Las Vegas.

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Trump shortly before 18 of his associates come forward with allegations A press conference organized by social media was announced. in Georgia on Monday. He said he would release "a comprehensive, very detailed, descriptive but indisputable report on the fraudulent conduct of the Georgia presidential election."

Georgia's Republican governor responded to the report with a post on social media, saying: "Georgia has not had a 2020 election yet. “For nearly three years, no person with evidence of fraud has testified under oath or given any testimony in court.” His alleged co-conspirators filed a lawsuit in Georgia seeking to disrupt 2020.

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Iowa Gov. Ron DeSantis, Florida, said he agrees with Kemp. The same goes for former Vice President Mike Pence, who said Wednesday that "the Georgia election is not over."

The 2020 Georgia presidential election has been thoroughly dissected and analyzed. The results are determined by three different divisions, which include the state's nearly 5 million ballots. Trump's Justice Department, led by Attorney General Bill Barr, investigated Trump's allegations. So did the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

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