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Donald Trump’s chief of staff, Mark Meadows, tried to persuade the Department of Justice to investigate a conspiracy theory about election fraud

At 01:00 p.m. on Sunday, Swedish time, Donald Trump will give a speech in Greenville, North Carolina. A speech that many believe will contain fresh attacks on how last year’s presidential election was conducted.

The number is described as Trump’s return to politics will be followed by both political supporters and opponents to see how Trump intends to continue his political career.

Questioning the election result has been Donald Trump’s mantra since his loss to Joe Biden in November last year.

Earlier on Saturday revealed The New York Times That Donald Trump eventually tried to change the outcome of the election. The newspaper read emails in which Trump’s Chief of Staff Mark Meadows attempted during the last week of December 2020 to persuade incumbent Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen to investigate allegations of electoral fraud in New Mexico. A statement that has no basis in reality and the newspaper compares it to a pure conspiracy theory.

According to the conspiracy theory For example, people in Italy could use military and satellite technology to access voting machines in the United States, thus turning a vote for Donald Trump into a vote for Joe Biden. Trump supporters have dubbed the conspiracy theory “Italiangate.”

But Jeffrey Rosen did not listen to the chief of staff’s requests and an investigation was not opened.

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