Donald Trump was shocked after the defeat

Trump asked the top military officer to seize the voting machine

Donald Trump was shocked after the defeat
Donald Trump was shocked after the defeat

Donald Trump was defeated in the US presidential election in 2020. Reports suggest that a written draft executive order was issued to the top military officer by then-President Trump, outraged by the defeat. There was an order to confiscate the voting machines. In this document released by the US National Archives, it has been told about the measures through which Trump wanted to remain president against the wishes of the voters.

An order dated December 16, 2020, had sought the appointment of a special counsel to deal with the allegations of any fraud with regard to seizure, although this was never signed. It is among more than 700 records submitted to the House of Representatives select committee investigating the 2021 Capitol attack after the Supreme Court rejected Trump's appeal to block his release.

The US National Archives and Records Administration has provided more than 700 pages of documents related to the president to a committee of the House of Representatives. These papers have been delivered to the committee after the country's top court rejected former US President Trump's attempt to stop the release of these documents.

The three-page draft is said to be effective immediately. The Secretary of Defense said that the Secretary of Defense would seize, collect, maintain and analyze all machines, equipment, electronically stored information and material records required for retention. The document explains several conspiracy theories about the hacked voting machines.

There has been widespread fraud and lies spread by former President Trump and his allies. However, his government's experts had confirmed that voting is safe. The claims were also dismissed by Trump-appointed Attorney General Bill Barr.