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Political Rewind: Report confirms former Georgia U.S Attorney resigned after pressure from Trump
Today on Political Rewind, a newly released transcript of former Georgia U.S. Attorney Bjay Pak’s testimony before a Senate committee reveals what many already suspected. Pak’s abrupt resignation early this year came after he was told that former President Donald Trump was pushing to have him fired. Pak failed to support Trump's claim that massive fraud gave President Joe Biden a victory in Georgia.
The transcript reveals that Pak thought Trump's claims were “crazy.”
Also, at least one major abortion provider in Texas has begun scheduling procedures again after a federal judge ruled the law banning abortion after six weeks is unconstitutional. The state is appealing that decision.
Meanwhile, several Georgia GOP lawmakers say they may introduce a measure similar to the Texas law when the legislature convenes in January.
Plus, just what did state Sen. Butch Miller say about people coming to live in our state that has many of his critics outraged?
Patricia Murphy - political reporter & columnist, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Tammy Greer - professor of political science, Clark Atlanta University
Charles Bullock - professor of political science, University of Georgia