In Georgia Senate runoffs, Donald Trump will have the last word

A final public campaign event in the two Georgia Senate runoff elections will come less than 12 hours before polls open Tuesday.

President Donald Trump will close out a campaign season that has occupied political watchers around the country, making the urgent case to return Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue to the Senate against Democratic “socialists and communists” Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.

The headline portion of the rally will begin 9 p.m. at the Dalton Regional Airport.

Expect calls to vote for the incumbents to be juxtaposed with Trump’s assertions that a rigged count robbed him in November as the President, who lost the state narrowly, tries to block a pivotal two-seat conversion attempt by the opposition party.

The open question going into that event: How much of the President’s attention will be devoted to the election ahead … and how much goes to relitigating the November election, a preoccupation of the President’s as allies in both Houses of Congress prepare to challenge electors from states that went to Joe Biden that previously had been GOP holds.

Loeffler, appearing on Fox News Sunday, told host Bret Baier in an interview that she wasn’t ready to commit to challenging the legitimacy of votes in states including

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