Trump Says Stakes Couldn’t Be Higher in Georgia Runoff

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Jan.05 — Georgia voters will determine control of the U.S. Senate in Tuesday’s twin runoff elections amid record-breaking turnout and intense national interest including visits from the outgoing and incoming presidents in the final hours. President Donald Trump spoke to supporters Monday night in Dalton, Georgia.

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