Trump asked Kemp to call a special session and convince state legislators to select their own electors that would support him, according to a source familiar with the conversation. He also asked the Republican governor to order an audit of absentee ballot signatures.
Kemp explained that he did not have this authority and denied the request, the source said.
Kemp spokesman Cody Hall confirmed the governor spoke with the President, but only said that Trump offered his condolences on the death of Harrison Deal, a young Loeffler campaign staffer, when asked about the conversation.
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