US election security officials have dismissed President Donald Trump’s election fraud allegations, saying there was “no evidence” and that the 2020 presidential election was “the most sure of American history ”. Republican President Trump continues to make unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud and has yet to come to terms with his defeat.
Two committees of the Department of Homeland Security, which worked to protect the US electoral system, said Thursday: “Any evidence of any manipulation, change of vote, or manipulation through the voting system.” Is not.
Members of the committees leading the effort to protect federal elections have said, “When there is stiff competition in states, votes are again counted over and over.” Wherever there was a thorn in the 2020 presidential election, there are documents of every vote, so they can be counted again if necessary. ”
“This is an added benefit of security and flexibility,” the statement said. This process identifies errors or mistakes and gives a chance to rectify them. There is no evidence of disruption, change in voting or any kind of tampering with the voting system.
He said, “The election held on November 3 was the safest election in American history.” Other signatories to the declaration included state-level election officials, vendors of voting materials.
Presidential elections were held in the United States on November 3, in which several mainstream media declared Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden the winner.
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