The Washington Post released the recorded call of President Trump with the fellow republican Brad Raffensperger, Secretary of state of Georgia, where Mr Trump can be heard cajoling, threatening and pressurising Brad Raffensperger for finding votes to overturn the result. In a phone call on Saturday, President Trump reiterated the frauds in the election: dead voters, destruction of thousands of ballots in Fulton County, illegal voters. " I just want to find 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have," Mr Trump told Brad Raffensperger while reiterating "There is no way I lost Georgia". In the Presidential elections, Joe Biden won from Georgia with the margin of 11,779 votes. Mr Trump warned Brad Raffensperger and his lawyer, Ryan Germany of criminal offence and "a big risk" if they do not find thousands of ballots in Fulton County were illegally destroyed to block investigations- an allegation without any evidence. Mike Pence, vice president of US, who as a president of the Senate is to declare Mr Biden the winner of elections on 6 January has welcomed the move of Ted Cruz. Ted Cruz, along with other 11 Senators, calling 10-day delay to audit unfounded allegations of election fraud. On Wednesday, the US Congress will meet in the joint session to uphold the Electoral College votes. To uphold the claims of elections fraud, the majority in both the chambers is needed. In House of Representatives, the Democrats are in majority while the Republicans are in majority of the Senate. Mitt Romney, Mitch McConnell and other Republicans have recognised the victory of Mr Biden and have advised others not to object. Victory for Democrats in the coming elections in Georgia for the Senate would mean 48 strength for Democrats in the Senate. Two independent senators generally vote with Democrats. Democrat vice president Kamala Harris would have deciding vote in that scenario. Mr. Biden is to take oath for President on 20 January 2020.