Sorry for autoplay, but this is the best source I could find, at the moment, reporting on a fairly strange swap-out of DoJ's top personnel in Georgia:
President Trump has named Bobby Christine, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Georgia, as the new acting attorney in Atlanta, bypassing a top career prosecutor to fill the role.
Christine’s office announced the news Tuesday, writing that he was named acting U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia on Monday “by written order of the President.”
The news comes after Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak abruptly resigned from the role, effective immediately, on Monday after holding the position for three years.
Pak, the first Korean American to become a U.S. attorney, said in a release that he believed he had “done my best to be thoughtful and consistent, and to provide justice for my fellow citizens in a fair, effective and efficient manner.”
Pak’s resignation and Christine’s assignment were first reported by Talking Points Memo, which quoted an internal memo from Pak saying his departure was due to “unforeseen circumstances,” though he did not provide any additional details.
In Trump’s appointment of Christine, the president bypassed the prosecutor normally given the acting role following a vacancy, First Assistant U.S. Attorney Kurt Erskine.
I guess my only question is whether Pak's choice to leave was rooted in disgust after listening to Trump's new, perfect phone call, or whether he left because Trump started pressuring him to prosecute Raffensperger. The prosecutorial basis would be, ehhh.. uhhhh... because Donald Trump needs Raffensperger to go to jail for refusing to help with his shitty coup.
Thank god the courts have kept our society glued together, if only just so.
I'll tack on LegalEagle's take on this new phone call: