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voter fraud

The president is very unhappy with his personal attorney, The Washington Post reported.
The former New York City mayor denies the New York Times report that he asked the Trump campaign to pay him $20,000 a day.
Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany declined to say if Trump will commit to a peaceful transfer of power and if the election's legitimacy depends on who wins.
The president accused the platform of "stifling free speech" after it added a link to reports debunking his tweets about mail-in ballots leading to fraud.
The document provides details of a meeting between Kobach and Trump in 2016.
Evidence disproving it, however, keeps rolling in.
The GOP nominee told backers in Colorado to vote in person, even if they'd already voted by mail.
WASHINGTON ― The founder of a fringe right-wing group issued a "call to action" this week asking members of the organization
The "Vote Protectors" are affiliated with Trump adviser Roger Stone.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump opened a rally on Thursday by mocking widespread concerns that he may not accept