White House Backs Away From Investigation Into Voter Fraud Claims Trump Made Up
The White House is backing away from President Donald Trump’s promise to launch an investigation into the voter fraud claims he made up.
One senior administration official told CNN that while such an investigation could happen in the future, it was no longer a priority. This explains why the executive order on the probe that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump would sign last month was never released.
The president’s accusations are problematic because multiple studies have disproven the voter fraud myth. Also, being improperly registered isn’t actually voter fraud. This is good news for several people close to Trump, including his daughter Tiffany, who were on the voter rolls in more than one state.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/white-house-voter-fraud_us_589455a4e4b04061313641dc?