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    Washington to dissolve commission charged with examining allegations of electoral fraud

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    Washington to dissolve commission charged with examining allegations of electoral fraud Empty Washington to dissolve commission charged with examining allegations of electoral fraud

    Post by Rocky Thu 04 Jan 2018, 3:21 am


    Washington to dissolve commission charged with examining allegations of electoral fraud

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    Washington to dissolve commission charged with examining allegations of electoral fraud %D8%AA%D8%B1%D8%A7%D9%85%D8%A8-696x435
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    The White House said President Donald Trump had issued an executive order to dissolve a presidential commission charged with examining allegations of fraud in the 2016 election, after many states refused to provide them with data.
    "Instead of engaging in endless legal battles at the expense of the taxpayer, today I signed an executive order to dissolve the commission, and I asked the DHS to review these issues and determine the following procedures," Trump said in a statement.
    The committee, led by Vice President Mike Bennis, was formed in May last year to consider allegations of election fraud, but faced resistance in many states.
    A federal judge in Washington last November said the panel was an advisory body with no legal authority to compel states to hand over their data.
    Trump, a Republican, said the fraud was probably the reason why he won a number of popular votes in the election less than his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton by about three million votes.


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