(Reuters)
Politics
Ryan 'sees no evidence' of Trump's voter fraud claims
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) said he "sees no evidence" that would back up President Trump's claims that voter fraud cost him the popular vote. Trump said during a White House reception of Congressional leaders that about 3 to 5 million unauthorized immigrants voted.
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