On Sunday, top Trump adviser Stephen Miller said that the White House has “enormous evidence” to support the president’s claims of voter fraud in the 2016 presidential election.
Miller told ABC’s This Week, “The White House has provided enormous evidence with respect to voter fraud, with respect to people being registered in more than one state.”
“This morning, on this show, is not the venue for me to lay out all the evidence,” Miller said. “But I can tell you this: Voter fraud is a serious problem in this country.”
Trump has argued since the election that voter fraud cost him the popular vote by several million ballots. The issue of voter fraud reemerged last week after a closed-door meeting with senators and former New Hampshire GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte.
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During the meeting, President Trump purportedly said that thousands of people were brought from Massachusetts to New Hampshire to vote illegally.
Miller supported President Trump’s claims in Sunday’s interview, saying that he worked on election campaigns in New Hampshire and that the situation is well known in the state’s political circles.
“Go to New Hampshire. Talk to anybody who has worked in politics there for a long time. Everybody is aware of the problem,” Miller said.
Miller told ABC that Kansas Sec. of State Kris Kobach has evidence of vote fraud in his state.
“I suggest you invite Kris Kobach onto your show, and he can walk you through some of the evidence,” he said.
H/T: Fox News
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