“I have my sources of information that there really was a lot of fraud there. Nobody talks about that. If it was enough to define (victory) for one or the other, I don’t know,” he said. On his recognition of Biden, the Brazilian leader replied: “I am holding back a little more.”
While many people in Maricopa County will be focused Monday morning on President Donald Trump’s campaign “fact-finding” visit and Gov. Doug Ducey’s participation in the certification of Arizona’s election results, the head of the Republican Party of Arizona will be appearing before a judge in hopes of obtaining a court order awarding the state’s 11 electoral votes to Trump instead of Joe Biden.