The US Secretary of Justice and Attorney General said he had found no evidence of widespread fraud that could change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

Iran PressAmerica: The Justice Department hasn't found evidence to support allegations of widespread fraud that could have changed the result of last month's presidential election, Attorney General William Barr said in an interview with the Associated Press published Tuesday.

"US prosecutors and FBI agents are trying to track down the specific complaints and information they have received, but they have found no evidence that could change the outcome of the election," William Barr told AFP.

This statement by the Secretary of Justice of the Trump administration, who has been one of his serious allies for the past two years, is contrary to all the claims made by those close to Trump, especially Rudy Giuliani, Trump's personal lawyer.

The remarks came as the states of Wisconsin and Arizona have confirmed the final result in favor of Joe Biden, and nothing special seems to be happening in the states of Georgia and Pennsylvania regarding the outcome of vote counts,

Donald Trump has not yet conceded defeat in the US presidential election, and his campaign team is pursuing legal complaints about election fraud.

So far, none of Trump's campaign lawsuits have been accepted in US state courts. 219