Donald heads to Dalton with Ivanka for Senate runoff rally after leaked ...

President Donald  arrived in Georgia with Ivanka for a rally in Dalton ahead of Tuesday's Senate run-off races, amid calls for him to be investigated over the leaked phone call where he demanded the Georgia Secretary of State 'find' votes to overturn the presidential election.

The president was seen walking across the South Lawn Monday night with his daughter and adviser Ivanka  to board Marine One for a short trip to Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland and then on to Dalton for Monday night's rally. 

The rally marks the last-ditch attempt from Republicans to drum up votes for GOP candidates Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue ahead of Tuesday's crucial Senate runoff race, which ultimately decides which party takes control of the Senate.

It comes hours after President-elect Joe Biden held a rival campaign event in Atlanta, Georgia, Monday afternoon to try to give a final campaign boost to the Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock.  

Doubts had been raised earlier Monday over whether would still attend Monday's rally, as calls mount for a probe into his weekend phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

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Raffensperger leaked Saturday's phone call and the conversation was first released by the Washington Post Sunday, appearing to show the president desperately trying to pressure the official to 'find' votes to turn the state red. 

'All I want to do is this: I just want to find 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have,' says on the call. 'There's nothing wrong with saying, you know, that you've recalculated.'   

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said Monday he was ready to launch an investigation into 'felony wrongdoing' in relation to 's demands and two House Democrats have written to FBI Director Chris Wray calling for the agency to launch an investigation. 

Meanwhile Republicans have voiced concerns that his actions may have scuppered his own party's chances of taking the Senate. 

It comes as fears were already growing within the Republican party that was turning off voters after he claimed the runoffs were 'illegal' Saturday.    

President Donald Trump gives a thumb's up as he arrives in Georgia Monday night. He'll take Marine One to the rally site in Dalton

President Donald gives a thumb's up as he arrives in Georgia Monday night. He'll take Marine One to the rally site in Dalton

Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler (left) greets Trump (right) as he arrives Monday night in Georgia to headline a rally in her honor

Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler (left) greets (right) as he arrives Monday night in Georgia to headline a rally in her honor

Sen. Kelly Loeffler, one of the two Georgia Republicans on the ballot Tuesday, greeted Trump on the tarmac

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Sen. Kelly Loeffler, one of the two Georgia Republicans on the ballot Tuesday, greeted on the tarmac 

Trump left the White House with Ivanka to head to Dalton for a Senate runoff rally, despite calls for him to be investigated over the leaked phone call where he demanded the Georgia Secretary of State 'find' votes to overturn the presidential election

left the White House with Ivanka to head to Dalton for a Senate runoff rally, despite calls for him to be investigated over the leaked phone call where he demanded the Georgia Secretary of State 'find' votes

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