US Attorney General William Barr has denied allegations of widespread fraud in the presidential election, saying there was no evidence that it could affect the outcome.
According to the news agency, Attorney General William Barr said in an interview that the Federal Investigation Agency and US Attorneys have reviewed the allegations of election fraud, but did not find any evidence of fraud to change the results.
Attorney General William Barr, who called the presidential election transparent, is considered a supporter of President Trump and has previously issued several warnings about fraud in the election process.
Prior to Attorney General William Barr, US election officials and state governors have also denied allegations of electoral fraud in recent weeks.
US President Donald Trump’s hopes were dashed after a statement by Attorney General William Barr, who said in a statement that things could change before January 20 and that he would not legally recognize him as president until Biden’s victory was announced. Will