In New Hampshire, voters heading to the polls ahead of the 2024 presidential primaries were sent an audio recording of President Joe Biden impersonating President Joe Biden. "Voting on Tuesday only allows Republicans to seek the re-election of Donald Trump. Your vote will make a difference in November, not this Tuesday." The fake voice recording, which includes the phrase "Democratic voters are being discouraged from voting" in the presidential primaries, drew attention.
In the statement of the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, it was stated that Biden's voice was imitated in the artificial intelligence voice recording sent to voters' phones hours before the primary elections to be held in the state on January 23, and that an investigation was launched on the issue.
"Although the voice in the robocall resembles President Biden's voice, this message appears to be artificially created based on preliminary indications," the statement said.
It was reported that the fake voice recording "appears to be an attempt to discourage Democratic voters from voting" in the presidential primaries, which is an "illegal attempt".
The investigation came after a complaint from a New Hampshire Democrat whose personal cell phone number appeared on the caller ID of those who received the call.
"Voting on Tuesday only allows Republicans to seek the re-election of Donald Trump. Your vote will make a difference in November, not this Tuesday." It is difficult to distinguish the voice of US President Biden.
NIKKI HALEY CONTINUES HER PERSUASION TOUR IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
On the other hand, Republican candidate Nikki Haley continues her fight against former US President Donald Trump, who was relieved after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced that he would withdraw from the race and support her.
Haley, who continues to work hours before the primary elections in New Hampshire, said at a voter meeting in the city of Franklin, attended by her daughter and son-in-law, "America is not having a coronation. Let's show the entire media class and political class that we have a different plan in mind and show the country what we can do."Haley, who has garnered around 36 percent support against Trump, who has reached 55 percent support in polls in the state, will especially try to get votes from moderate and independent Republican voters.
Haley, who finished 3rd in the Iowa caucuses on January 15, is expected to have no chance in the remaining states if she loses to Trump in New Hampshire.