“Look, all I want is to find 11,780 votes,” Trump told Raffensperger during that call.

The investigation then expanded to include Rudy Giuliani’s testimony before a state Senate committee, the false electors scheme, and even all the way to the illegal entry into an elections office way down in Coffee County.

Now, a newly published report states that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis wants information from two out-of-state firms hired by the Trump campaign to investigate voter fraud allegations and when they didn’t find any, the report alleges, the campaign buried that information.

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