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American News Dec 6, 2020 2:12 AM EST

Trump speaks in Valdosta, GA, telling Georgians to come out and vote for Perdue and Loeffler: ‘We can't let it happen again’

President Donald Trump spoke in front of a crowd in Valdosta, Georgia, Saturday night, urging Georgians to come out to vote for Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Sen. David Perdue in their upcoming runoff election.

Trump speaks in Valdosta, GA, telling Georgians to come out and vote for Perdue and Loeffler: ‘We can't let it happen again’
Matthew Miller The Post Millennial

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President Donald Trump spoke in front of a crowd in Valdosta, Georgia, Saturday night, urging Georgians to come out to vote for Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Sen. David Perdue in their upcoming runoff election.  

President Trump opened his speech emphasizing how important the Senate runoff elections in Georgia will be for Republicans.

"We are gathered here to ensure,... David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler win the most important congressional runoff, probably in American history," Trump told the crowd.

Trump's speech progressed as back-and-forth on election rigging allegations in Georgia and advocating Perdue and Loeffler's campaigns.

"They cheated and they rigged our presidential election but we will still win it," the President said.  

"We'll be going up to the Supreme Court very shortly."

Trump praised Loeffler and Perdue repeatedly throughout his speech. while rebuking their Democratic opponents Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.

"This election was rigged, and we can't let it happen to two of the greatest most respected people in Washington," Trump said gesturing to Loeffler and Perdue.

"Georgia patriots must show up and vote for these two incredible people."

The President jabbed at Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, who he had previously said he was "ashamed" of endorsing.

"Your Governor could stop it [election fraud] very easily, if he knew what the hell he was doing," Trump said.

President Trump told the crowd that if he lost the election fair and square that he would concede and take a vacation in Florida.

"If I lost I'd be a very gracious loser. If I'd lost I would say 'I lost,' I'd go to Florida and take it easy, I'd go around and say I did a good job. But you can't ever accept when they steal and rig and rob. You can't accept it," Trump said.  

Loeffler and Perdue both made brief remarks urging their constituents to vote and thanking the President for his support.

Georgia will hold 16 days of early voting leading up to the January 5th election day for the Senate runoff.

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