Jan. 4 (UPI) — Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has scheduled a information convention to debate a cellphone name from President Donald Trump pressuring his workplace to “discover 11,780 votes” to overturn the state’s licensed election outcomes.

The information convention, which will likely be livestreamed, is scheduled to begin at three p.m. EST Monday.

Through the cellphone name, attended by the Georgia secretary of state’s normal counsel, Ryan Germany, Trump cited unfounded claims of fraud and tried to persuade the officers with threats of authorized and political penalties.

“All I need to do is that this: I simply need to discover 11,780 votes, which is yet one more than we now have. As a result of we gained the state,” Trump mentioned.

President-elect Joe Biden was licensed because the winner of the election in Georgia after a recount and audit. Biden gained the state’s 16 electoral votes, with 306 votes total, surpassing the 270 wanted to win. Trump garnered 232.

The recording of the cellphone name was revealed Sunday by the Washington Publish and different information shops.

Raffensperger and the lawyer are heard on the decision refusing Trump’s calls for.

“Effectively, Mr. President, the problem that you’ve is, the information you’ve gotten is flawed,” Raffensperger instructed the president.

On Monday, two U.S. Congress members requested FBI Chief Christopher Wray to “open an instantaneous prison investigation” of Trump’s name. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., and Kathleen Rice, D-N.Y., accused Trump of election fraud and conspiracy to commit election crimes.

On Tuesday, voters in Georgia will select each U.S. senators in a runoff election that would swing management of the U.S. Senate from a Republican to a Democrat majority. The election pits GOP incumbent David Perdue towards Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Kelly Loeffler towards Democrat Raphael Warnock.

Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will seem at last-minute rallies in Georgia supporting Loeffler and Perdue, whereas Biden will handle voters at an Atlanta rally for Democrats Ossoff and Warnock.