Trump Announces Plans for ‘Major Investigation’ into Voter Fraud


Wednesday, President Trump doubled-down on his allegation that between 3 to 5 million individuals had illegally voted during the November election, announcing that he intends to prove nationwide fraud took place by launching a ‘major investigation‘ into the matter.

Only a day after White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was grilled by the mainstream media in regards to the allegations, President Trump is once again proving that his administration will not cower to media outlets attempting to delegitimize his presidency.

Trump tweeted the following on the matter:

Via FoxNews

Trump’s announcement comes a day after White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was forced to defend claims Trump had made at a private meeting with congressional leaders Monday that 3 million to 5 million people had illegally voted in the election.

Spicer told the press that that is what Trump believes based on evidence presented to him.

“It was a comment he made on a longstanding belief,” Spicer said. “… He believes what he believes based on the information he’s been provided.”

When pushed by reporters on why, if that is the president’s belief, the Trump administration would not order an investigation into voting practices, Spicer said the president was “comfortable” with his victory, but eventually said “maybe we will.”

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