Former President Donald Trump allegedly tried to make GOP members of the Wayne County, Michigan, Board of Canvassers not certify the results of the presidential election in 2020.

Two weeks after the election, Trump alongside Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel allegedly told Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel that signing documents certifying the vote would make her come off as “terrible,” per The Detroit News.

“We’ve got to fight for our country. We can’t let these people take our country away from us,” he reportedly stated.

The alleged conversation was reportedly had over the phone in November 2020 shortly after the Wayne County Board of Canvassers meeting ended.

“If you can go home tonight, do not sign it. … We will get you attorneys,” McDaniel reportedly said.

“We’ll take care of that,” Trump said, per the news outlet.

The board did not certify its election results after a Nov. 17, 2020 vote ended in a 2-2 deadlock. Palmer and Hartmann had initially voted against the certification. Laura Cox, Michigan GOP Chairman, said that she was “proud” of the GOP and the Trump campaign’s efforts to refuse to verify the results.

“I am proud that, due to the efforts of the Michigan Republican Party, the Republican National Committee and the Trump Campaign, enough evidence of irregularities and potential voter fraud was uncovered resulting in the Wayne County Board of Canvassers refusing to certify their election results,” said Cox.

The board later reversed its decision and voted unanimously to certify the election results, eventually verifying President Joe Biden’s win in Michigan.

However, Palmer and Hartmann turned around the next day signing affidavits to say that they regretted their vote to certify the election. According to them, they only voted in favor of the certification because they had faced “intense bullying and coercion.”

“I rescind my prior vote to certify Wayne County elections. I fully believe the Wayne County vote should not be certified,” Palmer said in the affidavit.

After the news story by The Detroit News dropped, Trump’s campaign called it “misleading information,” accusing Trump of “desperately leaking misleading information to interfere in the election.”

“All of President Trump’s actions were taken in furtherance of his duty as President of the United States to faithfully take care of the laws and ensure election integrity, including investigating the rigged and stolen 2020 Presidential Election. President Trump and the American people have the Constitutional right to free and fair elections,” the campaign’s spokesman Steven Cheung stated.

“Crooked Joe Biden and the Democrats are spinning their wheels in the face of devastating polling numbers and desperately leaking misleading information to interfere in the election,” he added.