Trump debunks ‘Fake News’ claim that Arizona audit determined Biden won


President Donald Trump weighed in on “Fake News” reports trying to “call” the Maricopa County election audit for Joe Biden, telling supporters not to believe the claims.

“Huge findings in Arizona! However, the Fake News Media is already trying to ‘call it’ again for Biden before actually looking at the facts—just like they did in November!” said Trump in a Friday morning statement.

Defending the audit results, he said the report set to be released in full this afternoon, “uncovered significant and undeniable evidence of FRAUD!”

“Until we know how and why this happened, our Elections will never be secure,” he warned. “This is a major criminal event and should be investigated by the Attorney General immediately.”

“The Senate’s final report will be released today at 4:00PM ET. I have heard it is far different than that being reported by the Fake News Media,” the 45th president concluded.

A leaked draft of the long-awaited audit results reveals several discrepancies that must be addressed.

Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington outlined the most significant of these below:

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