August 5, 2018

Member of Trump's election commission blasts false regime info on voter fraud

Raw Story

A former member of Donald Trump’s election commission blasted the White House for promoting “false” information to further its voter fraud claims.

Portland, Maine’s Sun Journal reported that Maine Secretary of State Matt Dunlap — a former member of the now-disbanded Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity — claimed the Trump administration published false statements about the existence of “substantial evidence of voter fraud.” The administration’s intent, according to Dunlap, was to promote a “pre-ordained objective: ratifying the President’s statements that millions of illegal votes were cast during the 2016 elections.”

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