January 5th According to an Associated Press report on the 4th, after the recording of US President Trump’s call for the Georgia Secretary of State to recount the votes was leaked, the Georgia Attorney General Parker, who was appointed by Trump, announced his resignation on the 4th.
In the statement, he did not explain the reason for his resignation and his plan for the next step.
In a public statement, Parker said that he was honored to serve as Attorney General of the Northern District of Georgia.
He has always done his best to do everything he can to do well-thought and consistently and to deliver justice in a fair and effective manner.
He is grateful to President Trump and the Senate for the opportunity to serve, and to former Attorney General Barr and the Department of Justice. The collar of the collar leads to gratitude.
According to previous reports, Trump called Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger on the 2nd to ask him to find enough votes to overturn the state’s election results.
On the phone, Trump threatened Rafinsperger that if he did not do so, he would face potential criminal proceedings and take “significant risks”, but Trump was eventually rejected.