White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller this weekend reiterated President Donald Trump’s claims that there was evidence of voter fraud in the presidential election.
Speaking on ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday, Miller said that thousands of people were bused from Massachusetts to New Hampshire to vote.
Miller stated that the White House had “provided enormous evidence with respect to voter fraud, with respect to people being registered in more than one state.”
Miller said he had worked a campaign in New Hampshire before and therefore knew the claim to be real.
“I can tell you that this issue of busing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone who’s worked in New Hampshire politics. It’s very real, it’s very serious,” he said.
When Stephanopoulos pressed Miller for evidence, Miller said that the morning show wasn’t the venue to lay out all the evidence, but he assured Stephanopoulos that voter fraud was “a serious problem in this country.”
“Talk to anybody who’s worked in politics there for a long time. Everybody’s aware of the problem in New Hampshire,” he added.
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The issue made its way back into the news after Trump made the claim Thursday at a bipartisan meeting of 10 senators, according to Politico.
Trump has repeatedly made the claim that the system was “rigged,” and he even appointed Vice President Mike Pence to lead a commission to look into the matter.
It has been suggested that more than 800,000 non-citizens voted in the election, so it would be nice to finally have some answers.
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