Since the race was called for Biden, Trump has taken to Twitter to dispute the results and claim that he will still win Georgia.
Many of the president's tweets in the days following the announcement were flagged by Twitter and marked with messages saying, “This claim about election fraud is disputed,” and “Official sources may not have called the race when this was Tweeted.”
As of the morning of November 10, Biden leads Trump in Georgia by over 12,000 votes.
Trump alleges that the reason for Biden’s growing margin in the state is due to illegally cast ballots being counted, though those claims have not been supported.
Trump also quoted a tweet from GA Governor, Brian Kemp, backing his statement that only legal votes will be counted and claiming, “It means I won!”
This is not Trump’s first attack on Georgia since election night — his campaign previously filed a lawsuit over the state’s handling of absentee ballots, but a judge promptly dismissed the case.
As of now, the Associated Press has not called a winner for the presidential race in the Peach State.