Graham challenges Trump to prove claims of voter fraud

Lindsey Graham challenged Donald Trump on Tuesday to back up his unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud — and the South Carolina Republican floated the idea of a bipartisan resolution affirming the validity of the election results.

Graham, one of Donald Trump’s harshest Republican critics, bluntly urged the President-elect to stop making baseless allegations that millions of votes were cast illegally. Telling reporters that “no one has suggested to me there’s evidence of what he said,” Graham added: “And if there is not evidence, please stop saying that.”

“You are now the president-elect of the United States,” Graham reminded Trump. “If you really believe that millions of people voted illegally, you should have some proof. Because your voice is not just an ordinary voice.”


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