Donald Trump has told crowds in Georgia, without evidence, he has “never lost an election”, in his first political rally since losing the presidential election.
Amid chants of “four more years” and “we love you”, Mr Trump said he had won “many places” and claimed election results in Georgia — which Democrat Joe Biden won — were subject to “corruption”.
Mr Trump is speaking to Republican supporters in the southern state at a rally for two of the party’s Senate candidates who face run-off elections next month.
The results will determine which party controls the Senate, as results are still neck and neck.
Mr Trump has refused to concede his defeat to Mr Biden, and has instead repeatedly and without evidence asserted widespread fraud.
But his claims have been rejected by state and federal officials across the country, and his campaign’s numerous legal challenges have almost all failed.
More to come.