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kansas lawmaker kris kobach whines when cnn busts ‘voter fraud’ lies — so the in


over the weekend white house policy director stephen miller defended trump’s claim in an interview with abc news host george stephanopoulos, telling stephanopoulos, “go to new hampshire. talk to anybody who’s worked in politics there for a long time. everybody’s aware of the problem in new hampshire.”bolduan called out kobach for defending the assertions on monday, arguing, “you have nine cases. six guilty pleas, one dismissed, two pending. that’s as of january 25th. nine cases does not rampant widespread voter fraud make.”kobach responded after the interview with a tweet, commenting on the chyron cnn used during the interview, which read, “trump aide repeats false claims of voter fraud.” kobach wrote as a caption, “this image shows proof of @cnn bias. they run text below my picture claimi






ap fact check: trump aide pushes false story of vote fraud


washington — presidential adviser stephen miller peddled discredited theories about voter fraud during a round of tv appearances sunday that won praise from his boss but brought no new evidence to light.miller mischaracterized research about wrongly registered voters and spread a debunked claim that busloads of democrats came into new hampshire and voted improperly in the november election. his sunday morning performance on news shows earned him a "good job!" on twitter from president donald trump, who alleged days earlier that he lost new hampshire in november only because "thousands" of people came by bus to vote against him.a look at a few of the senior policy adviser's statements on abc's "this week."miller: "i can tell you that this issue of busing voters in to new hampshire is widely






ap fact check: trump aide pushes false story of vote fraud


washington — presidential adviser stephen miller peddled discredited theories about voter fraud during a round of tv appearances sunday that won praise from his boss but brought no new evidence to light.miller mischaracterized research about wrongly registered voters and spread a debunked claim that busloads of democrats came into new hampshire and voted improperly in the november election. his sunday morning performance on news shows earned him a "good job!" on twitter from president donald trump, who alleged days earlier that he lost new hampshire in november only because "thousands" of people came by bus to vote against him.a look at a few of the senior policy adviser's statements on abc's "this week."miller: "i can tell you that this issue of busing voters in to new hampshire is widely






ap fact check: trump aide pushes false story of vote fraud


washington (ap) — presidential adviser stephen miller peddled discredited theories about voter fraud during a round of tv appearances sunday that won praise from his boss but brought no new evidence to light.miller mischaracterized research about wrongly registered voters and spread a debunked claim that busloads of democrats came into new hampshire and voted improperly in the november election. his sunday morning performance on news shows earned him a “good job!” on twitter from president donald trump, who alleged days earlier that he lost new hampshire in november only because “thousands” of people came by bus to vote against him.a look at a few of the senior policy adviser’s statements on abc’s “this week.”miller: “i can tell you that this issue of busing voters in to new hampshire is w






ap fact check: trump aide pushes false story of vote fraud


washington — presidential adviser stephen miller peddled discredited theories about voter fraud during a round of tv appearances sunday that won praise from his boss but brought no new evidence to light.miller mischaracterized research about wrongly registered voters and spread a debunked claim that busloads of democrats came into new hampshire and voted improperly in the november election. his sunday morning performance on news shows earned him a "good job!" on twitter from president donald trump, who alleged days earlier that he lost new hampshire in november only because "thousands" of people came by bus to vote against him.a look at a few of the senior policy adviser's statements on abc's "this week."miller: "i can tell you that this issue of busing voters in to new hampshire is widely






ap fact check: trump aide pushes false story of vote fraud


washington (ap) — presidential adviser stephen miller peddled discredited theories about voter fraud during a round of tv appearances sunday that won praise from his boss but brought no new evidence to light.miller mischaracterized research about wrongly registered voters and spread a debunked claim that busloads of democrats came into new hampshire and voted improperly in the november election. his sunday morning performance on news shows earned him a “good job!” on twitter from president donald trump, who alleged days earlier that he lost new hampshire in november only because “thousands” of people came by bus to vote against him.a look at a few of the senior policy adviser’s statements on abc’s “this week.”miller: “i can tell you that this issue of busing voters in to new hampshire is w






john king slams trump’s ‘ludicrous’ claims of voter fraud


trump administration spokespeople continue to claim that the 2016 election was influenced by voter fraud, while failing to provide evidence that widespread fraud occurred.on sunday, trump administration policy director stephen miller doubled down on allegations that the new hampshire vote was impacted by illegally registered voters being bussed in from massachusetts.“george, it is a fact and you will not deny it that there are massive numbers of non-citizens in this country who are registered to vote. that is a scandal! we should stop the presses and as a country we should be aghast about the fact that you have people who have no right to vote in this country registered to vote, canceling out the franchise of lawful citizens of this country,” he said.“that’s the story we should be talking






donald trump aide pushes false story of voter fraud – the denver post


by calvin woodward,the associated presswashington — presidential adviser stephen miller peddled discredited theories about voter fraud during a round of tv appearances sunday that won praise from his boss but brought no new evidence to light.miller mischaracterized research about wrongly registered voters and spread a debunked claim that busloads of democrats came into new hampshire and voted improperly in the november election. his sunday morning performance on news shows earned him a “good job!” on twitter from president donald trump, who alleged days earlier that he lost new hampshire in november only because “thousands” of people came by bus to vote against him.a look at a few of the senior policy adviser’s statements on abc’s “this week.”miller: “i can tell you that this issue of busi






ap fact check: trump aide peddles false vote fraud charge


washington (ap) — presidential adviser stephen miller peddled discredited theories about voter fraud during a round of tv appearances sunday that won praise from his boss but brought no new evidence to light.miller mischaracterized research about wrongly registered voters and spread a debunked claim that busloads of democrats came into new hampshire and voted improperly in the november election. his sunday morning performance on news shows earned him a “good job!” on twitter from president donald trump, who alleged days earlier that he lost new hampshire in november only because “thousands” of people came by bus to vote against him.a look at a few of the senior policy adviser’s statements on abc’s “this week.”miller: “i can tell you that this issue of busing voters in to new hampshire is w






‘it’s not a good look’


hollywood reporter and usa today columnist michael wolff criticized cnn’s brian stelter on sunday’s edition of reliable sources, claiming that stelter’s dogged determination to fact check the unprecedented volume of lies and “alternative facts” poured out each week by the trump administration.“i think it is, and i mean this with truly no disrespect, but i think you can border on being sort of quite a ridiculous figure,” wolff said, according to thehill.com. “it is not a good look, to repeatedly and self-righteously defend your own self-interest. the media should not be the story every week.”“every week in this religious sense, you make it the story,” wolff continued. “we are not the story.”wolff e under fire earlier this year after penning a flattering profile of stephen k. bannon, former






ap fact check: no trump order to deport welfare immigrants


washington — a widely circulated report that president donald trump has signed an executive order calling for the deportation of immigrants who accept government welfare is false.trump has signed executive orders focusing on immigration, including a travel-and-immigration ban that has been put on hold by a federal court in washington state, but none focused on deporting immigrants who receive welfare.in recent weeks, drafts of possible executive orders have been leaked and one such draft did address immigrants who become a so-called "public charge" by accepting certain government benefits. the draft order was obtained by the associated press.the draft order did call for such immigrants to face deportation, but it hasn't been signed by the president. and even if it were to be signed, it wou






top trump aide again asserts widespread vote fraud, cites no evidence


the trump administration continued sunday to assert a widely debunked claim that massive vote fraud helped deprive the president of a popular-vote victory in november’s election. president trump's senior policy advisor stephen miller said in an interview aired sunday on abc’s “this week” that “the noncitizen voting issue is pervasive and widespread.” trump has said that he lost the popular vote to democrat hillary clinton only because 3 million to 5 million illegal immigrants had cast votes for her. clinton’s margin of victory in the popular vote was more than 2.8 million, while trump won the electoral college vote, 304-227. that claim of massive illegal voting has been denied by republican officials in key states, such as ohio, and by independent observers. administration officials ha






trump says pence will head investigation into voting irregularities, despite lac


vice president mike pence will lead a commission to investigate voter registration issues, president trump said sunday.in an interview with fox news' bill o'reilly before super bowl li, trump - who shortly after taking office told congressional lawmakers that 3 to 5 million illegal votes had cost him the popular vote against hillary clinton - reiterated his concerns about voter irregularities, saying he planned to task his vice president with looking into concerns over voter registration."i'm going to set up a commission ... headed by vice president mike pence, and we're going to look at it very, very carefully," trump said.despite no credible evidence that any m ive voter fraud occurred, especially on the scale trump suggested, during the 2016 presidential race, the president has continue






republicans in the california assembly propose bills they say will limit voter f


republicans in the state assembly introduced a variety of bills on thursday that they said would limit instances of voter fraud in california, weeks after president trump's unproven accusations of widespread problems in the state and elsewhere. the most high-profile effort is a bill to require that californians show a photo id card before casting a ballot at the polls. "any time a vote is fraudulently cast, it negates a legitimate vote by an honest citizen," said assemblyman travis allen (r-huntington beach), the author of the bill. "this legislation is a common-sense measure to ensure that every citizen's vote is protected." a survey by the national conference of state legislatures found that 32 states had voter id laws in place for last year's election. california's current law hinge






ap fact check: no trump order to deport welfare immigrants


washington (ap) — a widely circulated report that president donald trump has signed an executive order calling for the deportation of immigrants who accept government welfare is false.trump has signed executive orders focusing on immigration, including a travel-and-immigration ban that has been put on hold by a federal court in washington state, but none focused on deporting immigrants who receive welfare.in recent weeks, drafts of possible executive orders have been leaked and one such draft did address immigrants who become a so-called “public charge” by accepting certain government benefits. the draft order was obtained by the associated press.the draft order did call for such immigrants to face deportation, but it hasn’t been signed by the president. and even if it were to be signed, i






trump adviser stephen miller defends travel ban, advances false voter fraud clai


the white house is pursuing several options to reinstate president donald trump's travel ban on all refugees and travelers from seven majority-muslim nations, fighting back against what one top adviser on sunday called "judicial usurpation of power."white house senior policy adviser stephen miller, the author of the controversial executive order, said the administration was simultaneously weighing several legal options after the 9th circuit court of appeals ruled unanimously on thursday against reinstating the travel ban, which had been blocked temporarily by a federal judge in washington state.miller said that officials are considering appealing with the 9th circuit and having an emergency hearing "en banc," or before all judges on the court; seeking an emergency stay at the supreme court






trump just launched new claim that thousands of ‘illegal’ m . voters were bussed


president donald trump is still fuming about “illegal” voters that allegedly cost him a popular vote victory against democratic rival hillary clinton this past fall.politico reports that, during a meeting with several senators this week, the president claimed that he had lost the state of new hampshire because a bunch of voters from m achusetts were illegally bused up to vote in the granite state.shortly after trump made the claim, politico’s sources say an “uncomfortable silence” fell upon the room, as the ten senators present did not have any immediate reaction to the president’s claims.ever since being elected, trump has repeatedly claimed that “illegal” voters cost him the election, and he’s vowed to run an investigation into the matter.despite his bold claims, however, trump has yet t






ap fact check: bill gates didn’t say trump would be like reagan


a story shared widely on social media falsely attributes to bill gates a tweet saying donald trump would be regarded as “one of the greatest presidents,” like ronald reagan.a story shared widely on social media falsely attributes to bill gates a tweet saying donald trump would be regarded as “one of the greatest presidents,” like ronald reagan.gates’ office says the awkwardly-worded tweet, which misspelled the word “minutes,” was not sent out by him. the site that posted the story, departedmedia.com, included only a screenshot of the purported tweet, which also claimed gates and the president spoke on the telephone for 17 minutes.in a december interview with cnbc, the microsoft founder did say trump had an opportunity to establish “american leadership through innovation.” gates pointed to






top white house aide won't say whether trump has confidence in his national secu


the trump administration continued sunday to assert a widely debunked claim that massive vote fraud helped deprive the president of a popular-vote victory in november’s election. president trump's senior policy advisor stephen miller said in an interview aired sunday on abc’s “this week” that “the noncitizen voting issue is pervasive and widespread.” trump has said that he lost the popular vote to democrat hillary clinton only because 3 million to 5 million illegal immigrants had cast votes for her. clinton’s margin of victory in the popular vote was more than 2.8 million, while trump won the electoral college vote, 304-227. that claim of massive illegal voting has been denied by republican officials in key states, such as ohio, and by independent observers. administration officials ha






shep smith blasts trump for claiming terrorism is ignored


fox news host shepard smith slammed president donald trump and white house press secretary sean spicer on tuesday for his ertion that the media was ignoring terror attacks.he said trump appeared to be echoing “fringe media” like the publications infowars and breitbart. “in short, the president’s ertion is false,” smith said. “the white house knows that it was false or could have learned that it was false with a quick google check, but either did not do so or decided not to tell the truth.”the trump administration published a list of 78 terrorist attacks it claimed were under-reported by the media. but the fox news host said that his network had covered every major terror attack.“what they’re saying is not true, again,” he quipped, while introducing his guest. “why bother?”watch video below






elections official asks trump for evidence of voter fraud


a member of the federal election commission on friday called on president donald trump to share any evidence he has to support a statement that voter fraud caused him and former senator kelly ayotte to lose in new hampshire in the 2016 u.s. election.“the scheme the president of the united states alleges would constitute thousands of felony criminal offenses under new hampshire law,” fec commissioner ellen weintraub said in a statement. (http://bit.ly/2lank7t)trump blamed voter fraud for his and ayotte’s losses in new hampshire in november’s election while speaking on thursday with a bipartisan group of u.s. senators, saying that ayotte’s re-election bid was spoiled by “thousands” of people from neighboring m achusetts voting in new hampshire, according to media reports.democratic president






trump aide kellyanne conway corrects 'm acre' comment


trump aide corrects 'm acre' ertionkellyanne conway, the adviser to president donald trump who coined the phrase "alternative facts," is facing another round of criticism and fact-checking after she falsely spoke of a "bowling green m acre" by iraqi refugees. she acknowledged and corrected her statement friday morning on twitter.conway made the comment during an appearance on msnbc's "hardball" on thursday night as she discussed with host chris matthews the executive order by trump that suspended immigration from seven muslim-majority countries."i bet it's brand-new information to people that president obama had a six-month ban on the iraqi refugee program after two iraqis e here to this country, were radicalized and were the masterminds behind the bowling green m acre. most people don't k






fact check: stephen miller's false talking points on alleged voter fraud


white house senior policy adviser stephen miller appeared on abc's "the week" on feb. 12, spouting a bunch of false talking points on alleged voter fraud. (he also repeated similar claims on other sunday interview shows.) to his credit, host george stephanopoulus repeatedly challenged miller, noting he had provided no evidence. but miller charged ahead, using the word "fact" three times in a vain effort to bolster his position.here's a guide through the back and forth."stephanopoulos: let me move on, though, to the question of voter fraud as well. president trump again this week suggested in a meeting with senators that thousands of illegal voters were bused from massachusetts to new hampshire and that's what caused his defeat in the state of new hampshire, also the defeat of senator kelly






fact check: stephen miller talks about alleged voter fraud


white house senior policy adviser stephen miller appeared on abc's "the week" on feb. 12, spouting a bunch of false talking points on alleged voter fraud. (he also repeated similar claims on other sunday interview shows.) to his credit, host george stephanopoulus repeatedly challenged miller, noting he had provided no evidence. but miller charged ahead, using the word "fact" three times in a vain effort to bolster his position.here's a guide through the back and forth."stephanopoulos: let me move on, though, to the question of voter fraud as well. president trump again this week suggested in a meeting with senators that thousands of illegal voters were bused from massachusetts to new hampshire and that's what caused his defeat in the state of new hampshire, also the defeat of senator kelly






trump revives voter fraud claims in lunch with senators


washington (ap) — president donald trump has revived groundless claims of voter fraud, arguing in a lunch meeting with senators that he and former gop sen. kelly ayotte would have won in new hampshire if not for voters bused in from out of state.a gop official with knowledge of thursday’s lunch conver ion described the president’s comments. the official spoke on condition of anonymity because it was a private meeting.there is no evidence of people being improperly bused into new hampshire to vote.ayotte was present for the meeting at the white house with a bipartisan group of 10 senators because she is working with judge neil gorsuch, trump’s supreme court nominee, to shepherd him around capitol hill for meetings. the discussion at thursday’s lunch partly involved gorsuch’s nomination as t






bernhard langer says trump apologized to him for alleged voter-fraud story


the white house on tuesday stuck firmly to president donald trump's claim that millions of people voted illegally in the november election, but provided no evidence to back up his ertion.trump spokesman sean spicer said the president "does believe" that he lost the popular vote to democrat ... (tribune news services)






trump adviser stephen miller lied – it matters


president donald trump's senior policy adviser, stephen miller, lied.the ability to do so seems to be a prerequisite in the trump administration.on sunday, in an interview with george stephanopoulos on abc news' "this week," miller repeated the completely debunked claim that a "massive" number of people voted fraudulently in the 2016 election.he said: "george, it is a fact and you will not deny it, that there are massive numbers of non-citizens in this country, who are registered to vote. that is a scandal."there aren't, and it isn't. more on that later.the president's response to miller's numerous voter fraud falsehoods came via twitter: "congratulations stephen miller -- on representing me this morning on the various sunday morning shows. great job!"great job? it was a disgraceful, lying






media fact-checking more aggressive under trump


new york (ap) — these days of alternative facts, phantom terrorist attacks and fake news are changing the way news organizations do their jobs.media outlets are more aggressively fact-checking political statements — a function often pushed into the background when paigns end — finding innovative new formats and seeing keen interest among consumers. an administration that views that the press as the opposition is reinvigorating it.someday, presidential counselor kellyanne conway’s invocation of “alternative facts” on nbc’s “meet the press” may be cited as a galvanizing moment for journalism.“we’re writing about a president who makes quite a number of misstatements,” said glenn kessler, the washington post reporter whose regular fact checks award “pinocchios” based on the magnitude and braze






president trump doubles down on voter fraud: ‘it’s a bad situation’ with illegal


president trump dominated the headlines after he stated that illegal aliens voting kept him from winning the popular vote, and now tells bill o’reilly in a fox news interview that it’s a ‘bad situation.”“well, many people have come out and said i am right, you know that,” trump told o’reilly in the new interview, which aired sunday. “let me just tell you — when you see illegals, people that are not citizens and they are on registration rolls … look, bill, we can be babies, but you take a look at the registration, you have illegals, you have dead people, you have this, it’s really a bad situation. it’s really bad.”check out the clip below.trump threatened last month to launch “a major investigation” into voter fraud in order to “strengthen up voting procedures,” though the white house has s






judicial watch’s tom fitton explains why trump may be right about illegal immigr


on tuesday’s breitbart news daily, siriusxm host alex marlow asked judicial watch president tom fitton about a study from the center for immigration studies that revealed that “there could be as many as 43 million non-citizens in the united states right now.” fitton had previously spotlighted this study on twitter as evidence of potential voter fraud issues.“there’s 43 million people who are not citizens and are ineligible to vote, but a good percentage of them do register to vote. and of those that do, some vote,” fitton explained.“most tend to vote democrat. it’s a fact,” he continued. “there’s been a study out of old dominion university that shows it is enough of a vote to sway elections, one way or another. it may have resulted in election, specifically, of al franken to the united sta






former french president sarkozy to face trial for fraud


paris (ap) — former french president nicolas sarkozy was ordered tuesday to stand trial in an inquiry into alleged paign finance fraud during his failed 2012 re-election bid, the paris prosecutor’s office said.sarkozy and 13 other “protagonists” will go to court on the order of a magistrate to answer allegations that his presidential paign spent well above the legal ceiling of 22.5 million euros ($24 million) and tried to cover it up fraudulently, the office said.the claims center on whether the 61-year-old politician was aware of alleged false billing and fraud linked to pr company bygmalion, where some executives have acknowledged false accounting.sarkozy denies any wrongdoing and his p says it will appeal the decision.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the news ma






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (p o: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal electi






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (p o: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal electi






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (p o: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal electi






trump adviser stephen miller lied — and it matters


president donald trump's senior policy adviser stephen miller lied.the ability to do so seems to be a prerequisite in the trump administration.on sunday, in an interview with george stephanopoulos on abc news' "this week," miller repeated the completely debunked claim that a "massive" number of people voted fraudulently in the 2016 election.he said: "george, it is a fact and you will not deny it, that there are massive numbers of non-citizens in this country, who are registered to vote. that is a scandal."there aren't, and it isn't. more on that later.the president's response to miller's numerous voter fraud falsehoods came via twitter: "congratulations stephen miller — on representing me this morning on the various sunday morning shows. great job!"great job? it was a disgraceful, lying-th






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec






fec official wants proof of new hampshire voter fraud claims


president donald trump waves from the lafayette park viewing stand for the inauguration parade during the 2017 presidential inauguration. (photo: jasper colt, usa today)president trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into new hampshire, costing him and republican sen. kelly ayotte a victory in the state. now a federal election commission official wants trump to prove it.trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to democratic nominee hillary clinton's 46.8%. she received the state's four electoral votes. such an allegation would mean that thousands of people illegally voted in new hampshire — a felony under new hampshire law, commissioner ellen l. weintraub said in a statement friday afternoon."as a commissioner on the federal elec