President Trump: Many voter fraud cases filed by citizens, not campaign


People pose for a photo as supporters of President Donald Trump attend pro-Trump marches outside the Supreme Court building, Saturday Nov. 14, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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UPDATED 7:22 AM PT – Monday, November 16, 2020

President Trump recently cleared up the confusion on which voter fraud lawsuits the Trump administration is directly involved in. Over the weekend, he said his campaign is not directly involved in a number of voter fraud lawsuits across the country.

Instead, the President noted many of them were filed by people who have seen “horrible abuses” in the electoral system. He further noted cases highlighting major corruption in the election will be filed by his administration soon, which is something his legal advisors echoed.

“We have to be very careful to distinguish that there are people who have seen other things, seen irregularities, and they are challenging some of these things,” explained Jenna Ellis, President Trump’s legal adviser. “And so, we as the Trump campaign and our legal team, which is now led my Rudy Giuliani, we are the ones who are representing team Trump and we are moving forward with that.”

The Trump campaign noted the goal of litigation is to ensure the integrity of the election.

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