Trump & Biden clashes in Georgia battleground

Trump repeatedly pointed out in his speech that the allegations against him regarding the 2020 elections are false.

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WASHINGTON, 10 March: The former US presidential candidate Donald Trump on Saturday visited Georgia, a state where he faces criminal charges of influencing the 2020 presidential election.

The leading Republican nominee traded salvos with the current US President Joe Biden, who also visited Atlanta recently.

Trump repeatedly pointed out in his speech that the allegations against him regarding the 2020 elections are false.

At the same time, Trump began to lash out at the lawyer Fannie Willis, who is prosecuting him, and accused her of being an agent of the Biden administration.

On the other hand, President Biden also criticized Trump for hosting right-wing nationalist Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán at his Florida club and accused him of being a supporter of dictators and authoritarian thugs.

When Trump says he wants to be a dictator, I believe him, Biden said.

No state holds more importance in the November 5 US election than Georgia, as this state was a center of attraction in 2020 election results and is likely to be a bitter contest between Trump and Biden in the upcoming elections.

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