Behind Trump’s baseless theory of massive voter fraud

Behind Trump’s baseless theory of massive voter fraudMany were left scratching their heads Sunday when Donald Trump claimed, with no evidence, that he would have won the popular vote if “millions” hadn’t voted illegally. The unfounded claim was odd, as Trump was apparently questioning the validity of the election he just won. Most reports cite a pair of tweets from someone named Gregg Phillips, whose Twitter page describes him as the founder of VoteStand, an “online election fraud reporting app.” Within five days of the general election, Phillips claimed to have “verified” that more than 3 million noncitizens voted.

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