2020 ELECTION/DOJ/GEORGIA: “Byung J. Pak, a former U.S. attorney in Atlanta, told congressional investigators on Wednesday that his abrupt resignation in January had been prompted by Justice Department officials’ warning that President Donald J. Trump intended to fire him for refusing to say that widespread voter fraud had been found in Georgia…

He also described work done by state officials and the F.B.I. to vet Mr. Trump’s claims of voter fraud, and said they had not found evidence to support those allegations.”

-Katie Benner, “Former U.S. attorney in Atlanta says Trump wanted to fire him for not backing election fraud claims.,” nytimes.com, August 11, 2021