Trump Calls GOP Leaders 'Naive' on Voter Fraud

Trump Calls GOP Leaders 'Naive' on Voter Fraud

Now that he's cucked himself out of the presidency, Donald Trump is leaning hard into accusations that the entire process is rigged against him, alleging both the media and also polling places are conspiring to put his opponent Hillary Clinton in power.

Trump's allegations are receiving strong pushback from Republicans and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, who says that all states will carry out the election with integrity.

A study by a Loyola Law School professor found that out of one billion votes cast in all American elections between 2000 and 2014, there were only 31 known cases of impersonation fraud.

Mr Trump, whose campaign has been reeling in the face of lewd comments about women and accusations of sexual assault, has doubled down on claims of "large scale voter fraud" in the United States election, despite denials from within his own party.

"It works very well in places like OH", he said, which is a crucial state for Trump to pull off a November victory.

Trump adviser Rudy Giuliani said on Sunday that Democrats could steal an extremely close election by having supposedly dead people vote in inner cities.

The defensive barrage came while Republicans are under pressure to rebuke Trump's claims that the presidential election is "rigged" in Hillary Clinton's favor.

In the traditionally closely fought state of OH, the top elections official, a Republican, said concerns about widespread voter fraud were simply not justified.

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But his running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence appeared to disagree with Trump's assessment in an interview Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation."

"Of course there is large scale voter fraud happening on and before election day". Both candidates gained over CNN's last OH poll, one month ago, when Mr. Trump led Mrs. Clinton 46 percent to 41 percent.

"If there's compelling evidence of voter fraud, obviously as early voting goes on. certainly we would take action", she said.

"Trump said to watch your precincts".

In Florida, Clinton leads Trump 48% to 44%, with Johnson at 4% and Stein at 1% support. In head-to-head contests, this is the four straight poll showing Clinton breaking the critical 50 percent threshold. "I'm going to make them a little bit nervous".

But neither candidate has focused much on policy in recent weeks, as Trump intensifies criticism of the election system, raising concerns about possible post-election unrest should he lose.

"He knows he's losing and he's trying to blame that on the system", Mook said. She has increased her lead in MI (7.4), Minnesota (5.2) and Wisconsin (5.6) to the point they are no longer defined as swing states under the 5 percent threshold, though they historically are considered battleground states.

On another subject, Pence was asked if he agrees with Trump's statement Saturday that Clinton was on drugs during the second debate and calling for drug testing before Wednesday's third and final showdown.

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