Revealed: What to Know About Georgia Grand Jury Report on Trump and the 2020 Election

The Georgia grand jury report on President Donald Trump and the 2020 election is set to be released in parts. The report is expected to include findings from an inquiry into claims of voter fraud and irregularities in the election.

A judge in Georgia has ordered the release of parts of the grand jury report, which will be made available to the public. The report will include the grand jury’s findings on the investigation into Trump’s phone call with Georgia’s secretary of state, in which the president requested that the state “find” votes to overturn the election results.

The report is expected to shed light on the investigation and could provide insight into the actions of Trump and his allies. It could also raise questions about the conduct of witnesses who were interviewed during the inquiry.

The New York Times reported that the grand jury inquiry has been ongoing since December 2020. Trump’s phone call was one of the key pieces of evidence in the inquiry.

MSNBC reported that the release of the report could make Fani Willis, the district attorney for Fulton County, Georgia, nervous. Willis is leading the inquiry and has been investigating potential criminal charges against Trump and his allies.

The release of the report could have political and legal implications for Trump and the 2020 election. Stay tuned for more updates on the story as the report is released.

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