Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday that he would be “happy to participate” in Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis’ investigation into a phone call made by former President Trump following the 2020 presidential election.
On the 2020 election results, Raffensperger said: “There is nothing to recalculate. If you look at the numbers, the numbers are numbers. You can slice it, cut it into cubes however you want. At the end of the day, President Trump was short of 11,800 votes. “
Leader Chuck Todd said: “The Fulton District Attorney’s Office has been investigating whether the President has broken the law with you in this phone call. Are you – I know you handed over documents and various things. Have you been questioned by investigators? You didn’t talk last time. Or since then? “
Raffensperger said: No, I wasn’t. She has a myriad of other cases she has inherited. We completed it in full, sent all the documents we had. She spoke to some of our staff members. If he wants to interview me, there is a procedure for that. I will be happy to participate. I want to make sure I respect the law and the constitution. When you get a grand jury call, you respond to it. “
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