This years presidential election featured a daunting map for Donald Trump. In 2016, he won traditionally Democratic states like Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin by the slimmest of margins. He also had so contend with the leftward lean of Republican strongholds like Georgia and Arizona.
President Donald Trump attacked the state of Michigan for the second day in a row, claiming, without any evidence, that voter fraud in the city of Detroit is “rampant.”
“Voter Fraud in Detroit is rampant, and has been for many years!” the president wrote earlier this morning. His tweet was almost immediately flagged under Twitter’s civic integrity policy, which forbids users on the platform from disseminating falsehoods about elections.
Mark Meadows slammed the director of the FBI on Friday and suggested he didn’t know what was happening at his own bureau. He was defending unfounded claims of voter fraud.
Meadows, the White House chief of staff, told CBS This Morning that Director Christopher Wray’s sworn testimony on widespread voter fraud was wrong and that he needed to take another look.
Donald Trump has claimed the results of November’s election could never be known. The comments come amid his ongoing attacks on mail-in ballots and bad poll numbers.
The President took to Twitter on Thursday to make false claims about what he’s deemed “unsolicited ballots” and suggest many ballots will be sent to people who aren’t even eligible to vote.
Donald Trump has claimed the presidential election may have to be re-run because of mail-in ballots. The President again repeated the false claim about voter fraud.
At a press conference announcing a pardon for Susan B. Anthony, Trump was asked about mail-in-voting. He responded by attacking the Democrats and questioning the legitimacy of the upcoming election.
Joe Biden has warned that Donald Trump will try to steal the presidential election by alleging voter fraud and refusing to accept the validity of mail-in ballots.
The former Vice President made the claim during a virtual fundraiser on Thursday, hosted by actor and Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
President Donald Trump and Republicans have repeatedly disparaged vote-by-mail options in response to criticisms from voting rights advocates who’ve expressed safety concerns during the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump was set off by a question about mail-in voting that led him to claim that Democrats steal elections with mail-in voting.
President Donald Trump, along with many like-minded conservatives, believe that rampant voter fraud is widespread in America. According to them, people not legally able to vote are actually voting and influencing elections unfairly.
Trump dropped the commission, but he plans to direct the Department of Homeland Security "to review these issues."
Steve Curtis the former chairman of the Colorado Republican Party was found guilty of one count of voter fraud and one count of forgery after he signed and submitted his ex-wife's mail-in ballot.
Donald Trump’s nominee for Deputy U.S. Trade Representative, Jeffrey Gerrish, is the latest of Trump family members and associates Trump’s so-called election integrity commission is looking for.
From the start, Trump's commission was a sham. It has since devolved into a complete embarrassment for the administration – one that appears to have violated federal law.
Using taxpayer money to fund a commission based on an insane Trump conspiracy theory has never been a good use of resources to begin with.
Donald Trump is claiming that the states are "hiding something" by refusing to turn over sensitive voter personal information to his commission that looks designed to suppress the vote.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has made it clear that the Keystone State will not be turning over sensitive voter data to Donald Trump's voter fraud witch hunt to get lost. So far, 20 states have refused to turn over voter data to Trump's voter fraud commission.
Donald Trump in his inauguration speech promised to put America first, but his rhetoric and policies are doing just the opposite.
Donald Trump has found “proof” of his totally wrong, misleading belief that massive voter fraud is what caused him to lose the popular vote by historic margins. Where is this proof? Oh, well, it’s in a tweet from a random person, and has been thoroughly debunked by PolitiFact. Way back in November.
President Trump isn't just tweeting his bogus claims about voter fraud. He has ordered his White House to put together an executive order so that he can investigate voter fraud.