Trump steps on Michigan lawmakers' message in tweets after meeting | TheHill
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President Trump and other Republicans spent Saturday repeating unproven claims of voter fraud in...
Michigan, stepping on the message of two top state lawmakers who visited the White House on Friday and later indicated that President-elect Joe Biden Joe BidenOutside groups flood Georgia with advertising buys ahead of runoffs Biden will receive @POTUS Twitter account on Jan. 20 even if Trump doesn't concede, company says Trump to participate in virtual G-20 summit amid coronavirus surge MORE's victory there will stand.

Trump sent out a pair of tweets pushing back on the message from Michigan state House Speaker Lee Chatfield (R) and state Senate President Mike Shirkey (R), both of whom met with the president and said afterward they "have not yet been made aware of any information that would change the outcome of the election in Michigan."

"Massive voter fraud will be shown!" Trump tweeted Saturday while failing to provide any evidence for his claims that fraud and irregularities cost him a victory in Michigan or other parts of the country.


Massive voter fraud will be shown! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 21, 2020

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