He told senators Thursday that was because of the "thousands" of people "brought in on buses" from MA to "illegally vote" in New Hampshire. Hillary Clinton won New Hampshire by about 3,000 votes, but now President Trump says thousands of MA voters were bussed in to the Granite State to vote against him.
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.
Serious voter fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire and California - so why isn't the media reporting on this?
Weintraub then said that she calls on the president to "immediately share his evidence with the public and with the appropriate law-enforcement authorities so that his allegations may be investigated promptly and thoroughly".
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Politico first reported on Trump's comments Friday, citing unnamed participants in a meeting between Trump and 10 senators originally meant discuss Trump's nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Kelly Ayotte, who now works for Trump as a congressional liaison. According to Politico, she lost her race against now-Sen. Now a Federal Election Commission official wants Trump to prove it.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton narrowly won New Hampshire's four electoral votes by almost 3,000 votes, while Ayotte, a Republican like Trump, lost by only 743 votes. Trump also lost the state to rival Hillary Clinton by about 3,000 votes.
As a candidate, Trump also repeatedly raised the specter of widespread voter fraud during early voting across the country.