Elections Commissioner Demands Trump Prove Outrageous Voter Fraud Claims

Posted February 13, 2017

"The scheme the President of the United States alleges would constitute thousands of felony criminal offenses under New Hampshire law", FEC Commissioner Ellen Weintraub said in a statement. "Allegations of this magnitude can not be ignored", she said. Trump's latest claim gets away from his insistence that millions of illegal immigrants voted in the election and instead focuses on New Hampshire, which he claims he would have won had it not been for thousands of voters being bused in from MA.

Politico first reported on Trump's comments Friday, citing unnamed participants in a meeting between Trump and 10 senators originally meant discuss Trump's nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

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This is not the first time Mr. Trump has made such a serious claim about voter fraud in the election previous year without citing any evidence.

The president, who has frequently claimed voter fraud occurred during the 2016 race, was reportedly met with silence after his remarks, according to one source who was present.

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Trump reportedly blamed voter fraud for why both he and former Sen. Kelly Ayotte, who has handled Gorsuch's confirmation process for the White House. Trump also lost the state to rival Hillary Clinton by about 3,000 votes. Gardner said his office, which oversees elections, said there were 1,124 voters on Election Day who didn't have a valid ID and were allowed to vote after having their picture taken.

A member of the Federal Election Commission is now calling on Trump to share any evidence he has to support his claim.

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"Thousands" of MA residents were "brought in on buses" to vote in the Granite State, Trump said at the meeting, sources tell Politico.