Giuliani Pushes Unproven Claims Of Voter Fraud On Thursday
The president's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, baselessly alleged during a Thursday news conference that voter fraud in the 2020 election was nationally coordinated. The Morning Joe panel discusses, wondering when top congressional Republicans will speak out. Aired on 11/20/2020.
Following President Trump's baseless claims of voter fraud on Nov. 5, some members of the GOP stood with the president while others denounced his statement. How serious are Donald Trump's claims of electoral fraud? Andrew Smith, lecturer of contemporary history and politics, likens the president's comments to those ‘made by losers' in elections in the US and other countries. In the US, each of the country's 50 states, and Washington DC, have their own election laws, which make the president's claims of a widespread fraud implausible, the academic suggests. NBC's Jacob Soboroff reports from Nevada where Clark Country Registrar of Voters Joseph Gloria held a press conference to discuss the remaining votes to be counted. He also refuted claims that the Trump campaign is making that voter fraud occurred in the state. President Trump called in to Fox News for an interview and maintained his baseless claims of fraud in the 2020 presidential election and criticizing the governor of Georgia. NBC's Carol Lee has details.