Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp says he will “continue to follow the law” despite President Donald Trump’s efforts to undermine the state’s election results.
Kemp’s office released a statement Monday after the president, who lost Georgia to President-elect Joe Biden by less than 13,000 votes, lashed out at him and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger — both Republicans — during an interview with Fox News, several outlets reported.
Trump blasted Kemp for doing “absolutely nothing,” adding that he was “ashamed” for endorsing Kemp for governor in 2018.
“Georgia law prohibits the Governor from interfering in elections,” a spokesperson for Kemp’s office