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Samantha Bee
How the fuck do you go to Harvard, Yale and Oxford and come out a birther? Tucker Carlson is right. College is stupid! And Kobach's voter fraud snipe-hunt even earned him a place in the very exclusive too-out-there-for-Fox-News club. Guys like this have been playing the long game, methodically chipping away at the Voting Rights Act since the moment LBJ signed it and then left the room to expose himself to the steno pool. And now, this president has handed them the key to the candy shop.feedback
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Jul 20 2017
“The president has believed that for a while. It's a belief that he has maintained for a while, a concern that he has about voter fraud.” said Sean Spicer speaking about US voter fraud. It’s one of the 41 quotes about US voter fraud you can find on this page. 36 people have said something about this topic. Among them: Alex Padilla and Donald J. Trump. Browse the quotes by date and by name to find those that are relevant to you.
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Eric T. Schneiderman

No matter how many times President Trump claims otherwise, voter fraud is an imaginary problem.feedback

Chris Carson

The real purpose of this effort is to justify President Trump's false claims of widespread voter fraud in the 2016 elections.feedback

Dan Shapiro

The DoJ/FBI's latest filing makes plain that Donald Trump's campaign trail call for Russian hacking of Secretary Clinton's emails is of investigative interest to the FBI.feedback

Richard Burr

The decision ... raises profound questions about whether the White House is brazenly interfering in a criminal matter ... The same president who has called the investigation into the Russian hacking of our democracy and the potential complicity of his campaign a 'fake,' cannot pretend to have made such a decision uninfluenced by his concerns over Comey's continued involvement in the investigation.feedback

Sean Spicer

The president has believed that for a while. It's a belief that he has maintained for a while, a concern that he has about voter fraud.feedback

Cecil Bell

I don't know if voter fraud exists, but people need to have faith in our system. Our Constitution rests on the right to have a reliable voting system. It shouldn't be ignored or left unaddressed.feedback

Oscar Sherman

Voter fraud happens every day. And it ain't just Mexicans cheating. . . . I don't even need to prove it, I know there are dead people voting and people who aren't supposed to vote voting.feedback

John Murante

First and foremost, we know the confidence that Americans and Nebraskans have in the election system is at an all-time low. The perception exists that voter fraud is a serious issue, and that perception itself has to be addressed.feedback

John McLaughlin - Central Intelligence Agency

Many within the intelligence community would be surprised that the attorney general would not recall their conclusion that the Russian hacking was intended in part to favor Trump's election. I think they're beyond outrage at this point.feedback

Donna Brazile

No, Donald Trump, you can't go to Staples and buy anti-Russian hacking software.feedback

Mitch McConnell

There is no evidence that enough votes were stolen to change the outcome of the election. What I do want to point out, the Democratic myth that voter fraud is a fiction is not true. We have had a series of significant cases in Kentucky over the years. There is voter fraud in the country.feedback

Stephen Miller

I can tell you that this issue of busing voters into New Hampshire is widely known by anyone who's worked in New Hampshire politics. It's very real. It's very serious. This morning, on this show, is not the venue for me to lay out all the evidence. But I can tell you this -- voter fraud is a serious problem in this country. You have millions of people who are registered in two states or who are dead who are registered to vote. And you have 14 percent of non-citizens, according to academic research, at a minimum, are registered to vote, which is an astonishing statistic.feedback

Jesse Richman

There are many on the left side of that debate who have relentlessly sought to discredit our results and want to push the level of estimated non-citizen participation to zero. On the right there has been a tendency to misread our results as proof of massive voter fraud, which we don't think they are.feedback

Lloyd Leonard

This is the first time we have heard of someone wrongfully accused of voting illegally sue to set the record straight. People should not get away with lying about voter fraud.feedback

Howard Stern

That is why Donald is calling for voter fraud investigations. He's pissed he won. He still wants Hillary Clinton to win. He's so f***ing pissed, he's hoping that he can find some voter fraud and hand it over to Hillary. The new Donald Trump kind of surprised me.feedback

Heather Gerken

To equate that with voter fraud is irresponsible. They're completely different issues.feedback

Cory Gardner

Look is there voter fraud? Yes. Should we root it out? Yes we should.feedback

Alex Padilla

By repeating false and unsubstantiated voter fraud allegations as the cause for losing the popular vote, President Trump is dangerously attacking the legitimacy of free and fair elections and the foundation of our democracy. These are not 'alternative facts.' They are corrosive lies without any evidence. Even leaders in the President's own party agree there is no evidence to support his claims since they were irresponsibly made back in November.feedback

Donald J. Trump

I will be asking for a major investigation into VOTER FRAUD, including those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal and….even, those registered to vote who are dead (and many for a long time). Depending on results, we will strengthen up voting procedures!feedback

Sean Spicer

The president does believe that. He has stated that before. I think he's stated his concerns of voter fraud and people voting illegally during the campaign and continues to maintain that belief based on studies and evidence that people have presented to him. I think the president has believed that for a while, based on studies and information he has. He believes what he believes based on the information he was provided. Maybe we will. We'll see where we go from here.feedback

Adam Schiff

The President-Elect's statement that the Russian hacking had 'absolutely no effect on the outcome of the election' is not supported by the briefing, report, or common sense.feedback

Laura Olin

I've never encountered a separate set of security features being available for public figures' social media accounts. They get two-factor authentication like everyone else. I wouldn't be surprised if that begins to change, especially after widespread Russian hacking.feedback

Dan Sullivan

From my perspective, it's clear Donald Trump [and] Mike Pence won the election fair and square. Those who are using the Russian hacking issue to somehow delegitimatize the election results ... are simply wrong and doing a disservice to Americans.feedback

Sean Spicer

There is zero evidence that they [Russian hacking] influenced the election. The idea that we're jumping to conclusions before we have a final report is irresponsible. He's going to talk about his conclusions and where he thinks things stand. He's not going to reveal anything that was privileged or shared with him classified.feedback

Peter Welch

This attack shows how rampant Russian hacking is. It's systemic, relentless, predatory. They will hack everywhere, even Vermont, in pursuit of opportunities to disrupt our country. We must remain vigilant, which is why I support President Obama's sanctions against Russia and its attacks on our country and what it stands for.feedback

Harvey Sawikin

It's still very unloved and it's got a long way to go to get back to its old highs. But I would say I'm cautious – you know – some of that macro stuff, these investigations of the Russian hacking is going to come out, and there could be some bumps in the road, but the valuations are really good.feedback

David Scanlan

There's no evidence that we've seen that supports claims like that. Voter fraud does occur, but it occurs in isolated instances.feedback

Alex Padilla

It appears that Mr. Trump is troubled by the fact that a growing majority of Americans did not vote for him. His unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud in California and elsewhere are absurd. His reckless tweets are inappropriate and unbecoming of a President-elect.feedback

Russell Peck

With many outstanding votes yet to be counted for the first time, legal challenges, ballot protests and voter fraud allegations, we must keep open the ability to allow the established recount process to ensure every legal vote is counted properly.feedback

Pat McCrory

With serious concerns of potential voter fraud emerging across the state, it is becoming more apparent that a thorough recount is one way the people of North Carolina can have confidence in the results, process and system.feedback

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