TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) – President Donald Trump’s allegations of voter fraud have failed to uncover any nefarious or reckless wrongdoing, but even if his lawsuits fail to uncover any substantial cases of fraud to overturn the election results, he may still have a path to a second term.
Since Election Day, President Trump has been making the case that the 2020 Election has been stolen from him when he made the comment that his leads in critical states were “mysteriously” disappearing.
“We were getting ready to win this election, frankly, we did win this election,” Trump said.
Since the election, his attorneys and supporters have filed lawsuits in six battleground states — challenging the ballot counts and making accusations of mail-in voter fraud. During a press conference shortly after the election, the president said, “We want openness and transparency. No secret count rooms. No mystery ballots. No illegal votes being cast after Election Day.”
The lawsuits and…
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