The US attorney general says: The ministry did not find any evidence of election fraud
The Associated Press reported that the US Attorney General said we have not detected any fraud on a scale affecting the election result.
The Minister of Justice had instructed federal prosecutors to initiate investigations into the credible charges, and asked them to dismiss the allegations that were fanciful or exaggerated.
Trump's attorneys, Rudy Giuliani and Gina Ellis, said in a joint statement, with all due respect to the attorney general, but that there was no form of the Justice Department investigation. They said that we will continue to seek the truth.
Democratic candidate Joe Biden won the presidency after beating Trump by a wide margin in the elections held on November 3, winning 306 votes in the electoral college against 232 for Trump. Biden also beat Trump in the popular vote by more than 6.2 million votes.