Georgia's state court on Thursday rejected Donald Trump's request to stop the counting of votes in the state, alleging fraud.

Iran PressAmerica: A Georgia court has rejected the president's allegations of fraud in the state in a statement, saying Donald Trump's campaign does not have enough evidence to substantiate his claim.

While Democratic nominee Joe Biden continues to make up for his differences with Donald Trump in Georgia, Trump's campaign has called for a countdown in the state, saying postal votes should not be considered.

Trump is currently ahead in Georgia and will win the state's electoral vote if he retains the upper hand, although even if it wins in Georgia and due to a possible defeat in the states of Arizona and Nevada, he will lose the presidency to Joe Biden as a whole.

The state of Georgia has 16 electoral college votes.