Giuliani alleges election tampering in Florida races without offering evidence
2 monthes ago - By Politico
President Donald Trump's attorney suggested Thursday night that election officials in Florida were in engaging in election tampering to throw the marquee Senate and gubernatorial elections in the state to Democrats, allegations for which he offered no proof. Rudy Giuliani, in a string of tweets, accused heavily-Democratic Broward and Palm Beach counties of “creating” votes as its counting continues into its third day, offering no evidence to back his claims. In the gubernatorial race, former GOP Rep. Ron DeSantis's lead over Democrat Andrew Gillum narrowed to less than half of a percentage...
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