Transcript: President Trump’s phone call with election officials in Georgia
Mark Meadows, Chief of Staff of the White House: So, President, if I’m going to jump in, I’ll give Brad a chance. Mr. Secretary, one, obviously, there are allegations where we believe that not every vote or fair vote and legal vote counted. This conflicts with the representation of the foreign minister. What I hope is that there is some way that we can, we can find some sort of agreement on, to look at this fully. You know, the President mentioned Fulton County, but in some of those areas where it seems there is a difference as to where the facts lead to. And so, Mr. Minister, I was hoping that, as you know, in a spirit of cooperation and compromise, there is something that we can at least have a discussion to consider some of these claims to find a way forward less than that. conflict.
Ravensburger: Well, I just heard what the president said. President Trump, we’ve got multiple lawsuits, and we’ve had to respond in court to the lawsuits and the allegations – we don’t agree you have one. No, I did not agree with the 200,000 number you mentioned. And I’m going to this point by point. What we did is we gave our state senate about an hour and a half, of our time, to look at the election issue by topic. And then at the State Palace, the Government Affairs Committee, we give them about two and a half hours of our time, and go back point by point on all the issues of contention. And then a few days ago, we met with the US congressmen, the Republican congressmen, and we gave them about two hours of our time to talk about the past election. Going back to who you are in the first place, what you talked about here, and focus on it mainly, I think it is the absentee ballot process, I don’t think you really question the Dominion machines because we did a recount in total, a 1 percent recount of all votes and compare them to what they said. god. And I almost reached the same conclusion. Then we re-sorted. We get roughly the same result. So I think we can probably take that off the table. I don’t think there’s a problem with that. I think what you are –
Trump card: Okay Brad Brad it’s not that there’s no problem, but because we have a big problem with Dominion and other states and maybe even in your country. But we have, we didn’t feel like we needed to go there, and just, you know, maybe we put a different kind of spin around what Mark says. Mark Meadows. Yeah, I’d like to go further, but we really don’t need to. We have all the votes we need. You know, we won the country. If you take, these are the lowest numbers, the numbers I’ve given you. These are the approved numbers, absentee ballots mailed to vacant addresses, out-of-state voters, 4,925.
You know, when you add them, it’s a few times, it’s double the number 11779. So we can pass. We have not passed through your supremacy, so we cannot bless them. I mean, in other countries we think we’ve found massive corruption in Dominion’s machines, but we have to see. But, we, however, have lost the state by only 11,000 – and that number, 11,000 votes 779. And so with that being said, with what we have only. And you know, with only what we have, we give you the minimum, the minimum numbers, and do the most conservative numbers possible. We are often above the margin. And so we don’t really have to, Mark – I don’t think we have to go through machines because, what’s the difference between winning an election by two or two votes and winning half a million votes? I think I probably won with half a mill – I mean, you know, one of the things that happened, Brad, is we have other people now coming from Alabama and South Carolina and other states, and they’re saying, “It’s impossible that you lost Georgia.” We won. You know, in Alabama, we set a record and had the highest number of votes ever. In Georgia, we achieved a record number of votes. “It is not possible that you will have lost Georgia,” they say.
And I can tell you through our rallies, I can tell you by the gathering that I’m doing on Monday night, the place, they actually have rows of people standing in front and waiting. It is not possible to lose Georgia. it’s not possible. When I heard it was close, I said there was no way. But they dropped a lot of noises in there late at night, you know, Brad. And this is what we are working on very strictly. But regardless of those votes, with all that being said, we lost basically 11 to 11,000 votes. We have many votes already calculated and approved. So I just don’t know. You know, Mark, I don’t know what’s the purpose. I’m not going to give Dominion a pass because we’ve found a lot of bad things. But we don’t need Dominion or anything else. We won this election in Georgia based on all of this. And there’s nothing wrong with saying that, Brad. You know, I mean, having, having a correction. The people of Georgia are angry, these numbers will be repeated Monday night, along with other numbers that we will have by that time, which will be more important, the people of Georgia are angry, the people of the country are angry. And there’s nothing wrong with saying that, you know, I’ve recalculated because the 2,236 ballot papers and absentee cards, I mean, are all accurate numbers made by accounting firms, law firms, etc. and even if I cut ’em in half, and cut’ em In half and cut ’em in half again, the sounds will be more than we need.
Ravensburger: Well, Mr. President, your challenge is the data you have wrong. We spoke to members of Congress, and they were surprised. But they – I think there was a person called Mister Brainard who attended these meetings and gave the data, and he said there were fatalities, and I think the number is over 5,000. The actual number was two. two. Two people died a vote. So, that’s a mistake, that was two.
Trump card: Well, Clita, how do you respond to that? I mean, tell me.
Cletta Mitchell, Trump’s attorney: Secretary Secretary, one of the things that we asked and did – what we said was, and if you look, if you read our petition, you will find that we took names and years of birth, and you know, we have some information available to us. We have asked your office for records that only you own. And so we said that there is a universe of people with the same name and the same year of birth and they died. But we don’t have the records that you have, and one of the things we’ve been proposing formally and informally for weeks now is to try, is to let us have the records that will be necessary for confirmation –
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