Downer to Trump: Investigation confirms defeat in Arizona |  Abroad

Downer to Trump: Investigation confirms defeat in Arizona | Abroad

Donald Trump also lost to rival Joe Biden in last year’s presidential election in Arizona’s largest county. This concludes the organization that state Republicans have requested to reconsider the results. However, this does not seem to end the debate about possible electoral fraud.

Trump consistently asserted that fraud cost him votes in the election, but he could not prove his loss through fraud. Even Cyber ​​Ninjas research shows the opposite. Trump received 261 fewer votes than expected in Maricopa County. Biden has earned 99 more than US media reports.

This boycott is important because Democrat Biden narrowly won elections in Arizona, home to more than 7 million people. He received about 10,000 more votes than Republican Trump in that state. In Maricopa County, the difference was even greater. There, Biden ended up winning by 45,000 votes over his opponent.

The Arizona investigation was largely funded by Trump supporters and right-wing groups. They put about $6.7 million (5.7 million euros) on the table. The results of the research have now been presented in the Arizona Senate. “The truth is the truth and the numbers are the same,” said Republican Senate President Karen Fan.


Trump had said in a written statement before the investigation report was published yesterday that the investigation showed that “there is undeniable fraud.” Hundreds of supporters of the former president gathered in the capital of Arizona to officially present the results of the search.

The question is whether the report will change Trump and his supporters. Although the outcome of the investigation hardly differs from the official election results, the researchers say they encountered potential violations. For example, more than 10,000 voters may have voted in several districts.

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Authorities in Maricopa County are alarmed by such allegations. They complained in an official statement on Twitter that the Cyber ​​Ninjas handled the submitted data in a chaotic manner. The information could have been distorted to paint the picture “Something has gone wrong”.

There has been discussion for months about the credibility of the company that conducted the investigation. Cyber ​​Ninjas CEO Doug Logan has spread the unproven theory that Trump lost it in Arizona for tampering with voting machines, according to the New York Times.

© Reuters

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