U.S. Attorney General William Barr says his judiciary has found no evidence to support President Donald Trump's allegations of fraud within the 2020 U.S. election. This information was given within the report of BBC online on Wednesday.
The BBC says William Barr is seen as an in-depth top ally of President Trump. His comments on the US presidential election are an enormous blow to Trump.
According to the BBC, William Barr gave an interview to a press agency on Tuesday. therein interview, he said, to date, they need not see any fraud that would have made a difference within the election results.
Republican candidate Trump lost to Democrat Joe Biden within the November 3 US presidential election.
According to unofficial results, Biden received 307 body votes. Trump's body has 232 votes.
To run president of the US, a candidate must receive 270 body votes. Biden is way before Trump as he's.
In addition, Biden is way before Trump within the popular vote.
But Trump is alleging widespread fraud within the election. He has thus far refused to simply accept defeat.
Trump and his campaign have filed multiple lawsuits at the state level to change the outcome of the vote. However, most of these cases have been dismissed. Trump is now talking about going to the Supreme Court.
The press agency AFP says William Barr's remarks will increase pressure on Trump to retreat from his efforts to vary the result of the election by denying Biden a transparent victory.
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