US Attorney General William Barr said that they did not detect any irregularity that would change the results in the presidential election held on 3 November.
Barr made important statements regarding the presidential election, where discussions are still ongoing.
Speaking to the American EP news agency, Barr said, “We have not seen any irregularities in the elections so far that could lead to a different result”.
Minister Barr noted that the relevant federal agencies and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have examined all the allegations they received, but have so far found no evidence of substantial fraud. The US minister also stated that allegations of fraud related to vote counting machines have also been investigated and that they have so far found no evidence to support the allegations.
Barr’s statements contrary to the allegations of US President Donald Trump, who advocated fraud in the elections and therefore declared that he did not accept the results of the election, had wide coverage in the American media.
While many media outlets argued that Barr’s statement was an important exit that would invalidate Trump’s claims, Barr reportedly went to the White House after the interview.
While Trump was expected to have a meeting with Barr, no statement was made from the White House regarding the visit of the Minister of Justice.
Donald Trump said on Sunday that the Justice Department and the FBI should closely examine allegations of election fraud.
While Biden reached 306 delegates in the US presidential election held on November 3, where the candidate with 270 delegates was eligible to sit in the presidency, the current president Trump remained at 232 delegates and announced that he would not accept the election results.