Former U.S. prosecutor reportedly resigned before dismissing Trump for not supporting the allegations of fraudulent elections.


Byung J. Park.

Byung J. Park. Associated Press Photo / Ron Harris

In a private testimony Wednesday, Atlanta’s former U.S. prosecutor Byung J. Park was told in January that then President Donald Trump would dismiss him for refusing to speak there. He told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he had resigned suddenly.It was a widespread fraudulent vote in Georgia, familiar with testimony Said New York Times.

Park said the warning came from a top executive in the Justice Department on January 3. Times The report, which said Trump was unsatisfied when Puck announced that he had investigated allegations of fraud in Fulton County, found no evidence. Instead of being publicly dismissed, Park resigned on January 4, “to be thoughtful, consistent, and to provide justice to fellow citizens in a fair, effective, and efficient manner.” He said he did his best.

January 3 Audio leaked to Washington post On a phone call on January 2, Trump called Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rafensperger (R). Meanwhile, Trump asked Lafence Purger to overturn the state’s election results and find the number of votes needed to win. During the call, Trump mentioned “Your US lawyer who is never a tramper out there.”

The Senate Judiciary Committee is investigating President Trump’s last few weeks and is pressing his administration to falsely claim that the elections have been stolen by the Justice Department. Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Ct.), A member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told reporters, “I answered all the questions in a seemingly honest and straightforward way. My impression is that he governs the law. It means that he stood believing in. ” I agree with that. “

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