President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani claimed Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey refused to meet with him or speak with him, following an hourslong event with GOP state senators.
"Governor Ducey of Arizona refuses to meet with me," he wrote of the GOP governor. "He doesn't want to explain that he selected a foreign corrupt Voting Machine company to count the vote. I understand his reluctance, but just call a special session. Let's find out how crooked your election really was?"
Later, the former New York mayor wrote witnesses in the event described hundreds of thousands of illegal votes being "entered under the direction of Democrat officials" in Maricopa and Pima counties in Arizona.
On Twitter, Ducey defended himself from allegations from Giuliani and Trump after he certified the state's election results.
Ducey was seemingly responding to allegations laid out at the event, as well as statements from Trump and other Republicans.
He added: “The problems that exist in other states simply don’t apply here. I’ve also said all along, I’m going to follow the law … I’ve sworn an oath to uphold it, and I take my responsibility seriously.”
Earlier, Trump asked why Ducey was "rushing to put" Joe Biden in office "especially when so many horrible things concerning voter fraud are being revealed at the hearing going on right now.”
Ducey's office has not yet responded to a request for comment about Giuliani's statement.