Mr. President, you've made repeated claims of voter fraud. What evidence do you have?
White House aide Stephen Miller took to the Sunday morning talk shows this weekend to repea President Donald Trump’s claim of massive voter fraud — but he did so largely without evidence. Most recently, President Trump claimed, again without evidence, that people were bused in from Massachusetts to vote in New Hampshire, costing him the state.
Various state and federal officials, including the Federal Elections Commission, called this an extraordinary claim and asked for some evidence. During George Stephanopoulos’ show this weekend, he asked Miller three times to produce any evidence of voter fraud.
Miller said that the show wasn’t the proper venue to provide such proof.
The claim has so riled New Hampshire’s former GOP chairman that he’s offering $1,000 to anyone who can provide evidence of people being bused to New Hampshire from Massachusetts.
So far, no one has claimed the prize.
So, Mr. Preisdent, we're wondering when you'll offer some proof to back up your claims. Click here to tweet the question to the president.
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