Former President Donald Trump believes Republicans will sit out the 2022 midterms and the 2024 presidential election, of which he may be a contender, if the fraud he believes occurred during the 2020 election isn't "solved."
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Liz Shew, a spokesperson for the former president, told Newsweek failing to fix the problems Trump claimed plagued the 2020 election and holding "those who broke the rules" accountable will foster the belief among Republicans that their votes don't matter.
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On Wednesday, he also criticized Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero for dismissing a lawsuit that sought to review nearly 150,000 absentee ballots from Fulton County, the most populous county in Georgia. Trump called the dismissal a "disgrace" to America and questioned why the public can't look at the ballots.
"Our country is going to hell and we are not allowed transparency even in our elections," Trump said. "The people of Georgia deserve to know the truth...The fight continues, we will never give up. Our elections are so corrupt and nobody wants to do anything about it!"