There is insufficient evidence to verify whether the Georgia Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperge's office leaked Trump's call record to the media.
On Jan. 3, 2021, Trump attacked Raffensperger on Twitter before the audio leak that they had a call and that the Georgia Secretary of State was "unwilling, or unable" to answer his inquiries, to which Raffensperger replied via Twitter, "The truth will come out." The hour-long phone call between President Trump and Raffensperger was leaked to The Washington Post and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. During the call, President Trump told Raffensperger to find enough votes to make him the winner in the Georgia state, according to the Washington Post.
Following the leak, the president's supporters and conservative activists accused Raffensperger of leaking the call record. The Georgia Republican, in subsequent media interviews, said he was not aware that the call was recorded; however, he did not confirm whether his office leaked the audio record or he approved the leak to the news outlets. As of now, there is no sufficient evidence to verify whether Raffensperger's office leaked the call.