Trump adviser repeats claims of N.H. voter fraud
Doubling down on President Donald Trump’s baseless claims of voter fraud in New Hampshire, White House adviser Stephen Miller insisted that busing voters into the Granite State is known by anyone who has worked in the state politics.
Trump and many other Republicans have repeatedly alleged that thousands of people were transported into New Hampshire to illegally vote, which eventually prevented the president from winning the state.
On This Week’s host George Stephanopoulos asked Miller to provide evidence on the alleged voter fraud in New Hampshire, but the senior policy adviser argued that the TV show was not the “venue” to supply evidence. However, he insisted that the fraud really occurred in the state.
Insisting on the baseless claim, Miller said, “I can tell you that this issue of busing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone who's worked in New Hampshire politics. It's very real. It's very serious.”
Previously, President Trump claimed, without any evidence, that thousands of voters from Massachusetts were bused into the Granite State to vote illegally.
New Hampshire Assistant Attorney General Brian Buonamano has already declared that Trump’s claims of voter fraud in the state are baseless because there was no evidence or indication that any widespread scheme existed to bus in thousands of people to illegally vote in the state.
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