President Trump Still Believes Millions Voted Illegally: White House

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So, Trump still feels that there was voter fraud in this recent election. Therefore, it may be quite clear that he may not be the legitimate president, after all, if fraud was involved!

Many have therefore called for an investigation but curiously enough, although it behooves Trump and his staff to initiate one, they have so far refused. And why is that? Perhaps because most of the news media as well as experts in the field have been saying that there was no voter fraud involved whatsoever!

Therefore, if Trump doesn't call for an immediate investigation into his claims of voter fraud, he needs to immediately apologize to Hillary Clinton. You simply can't have it both ways.








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President Trump Still Believes Millions Voted Illegally: White House - ABC News
By Meghan Keneally

"After being repeatedly pressed about President Donald Trump's unsubstantiated claims that "millions" of people voting illegally in the presidential election, White House press secretary Sean Spicer left the door open to a possible investigation into the claims during a press briefing Tuesday."
"On Monday, Trump said during a meeting with congressional leaders in the White House, that "3 to 5 million illegals" voted, according to two Democratic aides who spoke on condition of anonymity."
 
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So, Trump still feels that there was voter fraud in this recent election. Therefore, it may be quite clear that he may not be the legitimate president, after all, if fraud was involved!

Many have therefore called for an investigation but curiously enough, although it behooves Trump and his staff to initiate one, they have so far refused. And why is that? Perhaps because most of the news media as well as experts in the field have been saying that there was no voter fraud involved whatsoever!

Therefore, if Trump doesn't call for an immediate investigation into his claims of voter fraud, he needs to immediately apologize to Hillary Clinton. You simply can't have it both ways.








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President Trump Still Believes Millions Voted Illegally: White House - ABC News
By Meghan Keneally
He doesn't believe it, he's just saying it. What little integrity is left he is actively working to destroy.
 
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No one will prove there is voter fraud just like no one will prove there is no voter fraud.

It is merely a topic for delusional argument.

Carry on...
 

HayJenn

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No one will prove there is voter fraud just like no one will prove there is no voter fraud.

It is merely a topic for delusional argument.

Carry on...
Nope it means he believes in conspiracy theories. Not very Presidential to believe in those kinds of things.

BTW, it has been proven over and over that zero illegals voted. So it's not really up for discussion when you know, it's facts.
 
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No one will prove there is voter fraud just like no one will prove there is no voter fraud.

It is merely a topic for delusional argument.

Carry on...
BS. It's been addressed. Maybe a few 100 votes in some very small local elections.
There is no major voter fraud. If there was. GOP (well the new DOPER party) would not hold the
seats they do now. FFS!


You are a pure supporter of AlT-facts from this clown below. And Alex Jones.

 

boontito

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No one will prove there is voter fraud just like no one will prove there is no voter fraud.

It is merely a topic for delusional argument.

Carry on...
If the president were a member here and said something like that, everyone would be asking him for a link to prove it. When his little cult of followers hears him say it though, they just buy it.
 
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Nope it means he believes in conspiracy theories. Not very Presidential to believe in those kinds of things.

BTW, it has been proven over and over that zero illegals voted. So it's not really up for discussion when you know, it's facts.
You are correct, not very presidential.

He's a crazy person, I thought you knew that.

But he's the president.

What are any of us supposed to do about his beliefs?

Go ahead and have another protest, if it makes you feel better.

Not much else will be accomplished.