President-elect Donald trump said that "millions of people" illegally voted for Hillary Clinton and otherwise he would have won the popular vote. This unprecedented statement was made by the President on Sunday.
"In addition to winning the election, I won the popular vote, if you subtract the millions of people who voted illegally," wrote trump on Twitter. This is the first time he argued about voter fraud, and there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud.
He later added: "That serious violations occurred at the elections in Virginia, new Hampshire and California - so why are the media not reporting on this serious bias is a big problem?!"
In turn, officials of the green Party filed for a recount in Wisconsin on Friday after reports of possible vote discrepancies in areas which use paper ballots in comparison with those, where was electronic voting. The request, which may go further than merely recount may stimulate the investigation of the integrity of the voting system in Wisconsin.
The campaign Clinton said that he sees no evidence that any voting system has been hacked, even though Clinton's campaign said Saturday that it will participate in the recount, to ensure the recount, which is "fair to all parties. "
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