No voter fraud occurred in New Hampshire: Trump’s former aide says
There was no voter fraud in New Hampshire that Donald Trump alleged prevented him from winning the popular vote in the state during the 2016 election, a former aide of the president admitted.
Corey Lewandowski, a former campaign manager for President Trump, said in an interview that he did not see evidence of any kind of voter fraud during last year’s election in the Granite State.
When asked about the alleged voter fraud, Lewandowski said, “I live on the border. I didn’t see buses coming across the line to say that, hey, we’ve moved up from Massachusetts.”
President Trump and many of his allies have repeatedly alleged that the president lost the popular vote because millions of votes were illegally bussed into New Hampshire to cast votes against Trump.
Earlier this month, the president also argued that former Sen. Kelly Ayotte’ reelection bid was foiled by thousands of voters who were brought on buses from other states like Massachusetts to illegally cast ballots in the Granite state. However, neither the president no any of his allies presented evidence in support of their claim.
The White House didn’t return a request for comment on Lewandowski’s remarks.
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