CNN 11 Nov 2020

GOP official shuts down voter fraud 'nonsense'


Al Schmidt, the Republican city commissioner of Philadelphia, tells CNN's John Berman that the 2020 presidential election was the "most transparent and secure election" in the city's history, despite the spread of false voter fraud claims.

CNN's Jake Tapper breaks down President Donald Trump's legal cases in which he attributes his 2020 presidential loss to claims of voter fraud, despite a lack of evidence.
Georgia's Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger says that he has not seen any evidence of widespread voter fraud in his state's presidential election and also doesn't anticipate a hand recount will change President-elect Joe Biden's victory there.
Sen. Rick Scott railed against voter fraud, saying "we need 100 percent participation -- and 0 percent fraud in our elections."
Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said a complete audit of the votes in his state, performed entirely by hand, didn't turn up any evidence of voter fraud or irregularities. CBS News campaign reporter LaCrai Mitchell joined CBSN to break down what this means for the Trump campaign and what happens next.

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