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Federal Election Commission Chairwoman Ellen Weintraub took aim at President Trump Monday, saying his “baseless” claims about voter fraud are “damaging to our democracy.”

Weintraub criticized the president during an appearance on CNN, claiming that Trump is spreading information for which he has “no proof.”

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“I think it is damaging to our democracy,” Weintraub told CNN host John Berman, “to spread information like that if there is no proof.”

“Now, if there is proof, then we really need to be taking action about that,” she said. “These are serious allegations. Law enforcement should be involved. But if there is no proof, then these things really shouldn’t be said.”

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  1. She needs to see what Judicial Qatch has on voter fraud. They are working through the courts to clean up voter records in a number of states. California one of them.

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