Trump alleged in a White House meeting earlier this week that illegal voters from MA successfully voted in New Hampshire en masse, three sources familiar with the meeting have told CNN.
President Trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers Thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into New Hampshire, costing him and Republican Sen.
On Thursday, President Donald Trump claimed once again that his election was marred by a grand conspiracy of voter fraud that did everything but accomplish the only possible goal such a scheme could want, preventing his election.
Trump's claim would mean that thousands of people voted illegally in the state, which is a felony under New Hampshire law.
"The President has issued an extraordinarily serious and specific charge", Weintraub said in a statement that she tweeted on Friday. Kelly Ayotte, who has handled Gorsuch's confirmation process for the White House. "Allegations of this magnitude can not be ignored".
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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.
It's well known that the president of the United States is convinced that he lost the popular vote in November because 3 million people voted illegally - though they didn't. 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.
Trump got 46.5% of the vote, compared to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's 46.8%.
New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph Foster told WMUR.com: "We have seen no evidence of large-scale voter fraud whatsoever, and none has been brought to our attention".