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'I just got that prosecutorial authority a year and a half ago.We've already filed nine cases, and we have six guilty pleas,' Kobach said, noting that Kansas is a small state.
CNN conducted the interview over a graphic that read: 'Zero evidence to support Trump voter fraud claims.' Kobach later tweeted that it was 'proof of @CNN bias.' They run text below my picture claiming my statements are false.
White House Senior Policy Adviser Stephen Miller argued in an a series of Sunday morning interviews that 'thousands' of Massachusetts voters from were 'brought in on buses' to vote 'illegally' in that contest.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said Monday that on Election Day, 6,000 people with out-of-state drivers licenses registered to vote in New Hampshire – creating a real possibility of fraud in a U. Senate race that was decided by a 1,017-vote margin'Having worked before on a campaign in New Hampshire, I can tell you that this issue of busing voters in to New Hampshire is widely known by anyone who's worked in New Hampshire,' Miller said on ABC. It's very serious.'The squabble over New Hampshire erupted this week during a closed-door White House meeting in which Trump told Ayotte he thought her close defeat – and his own loss there – was the product of voter fraud. Ayotte was in Washington as a former senator to help the Trump administration smooth Judge Neil Gorsuch's landing on Capitol Hill in advance of his Supreme Court confirmation hearing.
'And the nine cases are just the ones at the top of the list.' President Donald Trump has made repeated claims about widespread voter fraud, suggesting it numbered in the millions and cost him a symbolic popular-vote victory in November.
The White House has provided no evidence to the Federal Election Commission to support that claim.