President Trump was asking legitimate questions about election proceedings in Georgia, according to Raheen Kassam of The National Pulse. His phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and his staff is being falsely smeared as nefarious. The fact of the matter is that vote counting in many Georgian counties happened under confusing circumstances. Trump was right to seek clarification regarding details that could have huge implications for the 2020 US presidential election. The media exaggerates his statements when he clearly stayed within the limits of reason during the conversation. His critics are blowing up this story to hurt him politically.
President Trump went too far in his phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, holds Michael D'Antionio of CNN. He made it extremely clear that his mission is not to investigate any instances of voter fraud but to overturn the results of the election in his favor. Trump abused his presidential power to find fraud for which there has been no proof whatsoever. In fact, it was Trump himself who spread these rumors, likely in a bid to maintain his position. His use of vague threats to pressure Raffensperger into doing what he wanted was deeply worrying. This phone call was the mark of a desperate man who still denies that he has lost.