US President Donald Trump may have violated both US federal and state law in his controversial taped phone call to Georgia’s secretary of state. He asked Republican Brad Raffensperger in the hour-long call to help him to find 11,780 votes to overturn his loss to Joe Biden. The state and election officials informed President Trump they could not help him because Biden’s win had been fair and accurate. Experts believe that Trump’s specific request to find a certain number of votes to overturn Biden’s win and his vague reference that Raffensperger and his officials could face criminal liability could violate laws designed to prevent solicitation of election fraud. Point to be noted that Georgia state law has 2 provisions that make criminal solicitation of election fraud and conspiracy to commit election fraud.