Trump claims voter fraud helped Clinton win NH

Posted February 13, 2017

President Trump reportedly claimed during a meeting with lawmakers Thursday that out-of-state voters were bused into New Hampshire, costing him and Republican Sen.

Ayotte has not responded to requests for comment on Trump's allegations, but her spokesman, Liz Johnson, said Ayotte "does believe the Legislature should examine residency requirements, which they are doing". Weintraub called the allegation "astonishing" and noted that if true, the voter fraud would constitute thousands of felony criminal offenses under New Hampshire law.

On Thursday, President Donald Trump claimed once again that his election was marred by a grand conspiracy of voter fraud that did everything but accomplish the only possible goal such a scheme could want, preventing his election. - New Hampshire was a battleground state for the 2016 presidential election and now it appears that even three months after the election, the war isn't over.

Ayotte suffered a narrow defeat in New Hampshire.

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New Hampshire allows voters to register on Election Day, and requires voters to have a valid ID and sign an affidavit. Hassan beat Ayotte by less than 1,000 votes. So far, about 600 have been returned, 100 of which were marked undeliverable, meaning there are potentially about 600 votes still unaccounted for. "I've not had any reason to believe that this is widespread".

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton narrowly won New Hampshire's four electoral votes by almost 3,000 votes, while Ayotte, a Republican like Trump, lost by only 743 votes.

A member of the Federal Election Commission is now calling on Trump to share any evidence he has to support his claim.