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Major US News Networks Again Pull Live Press Conference About US Election To Fact-Check

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Major US News Networks Again Pull Live Press Conference About US Election To Fact-Check

Major US news networks have stopped broadcasting a press conference with White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany.

The spokesperson for the White House started her speech with the US Election and made unfounded allegations about improper voting.

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She said: "We are fighting for the rights of all Americans, who want to have faith and confidence not only in this election but in the many elections to come. "There is only one party in America that opposes voter ID.

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"One party in America that opposes verifying signatures, citizenship, residency, eligibility. There is only one party in America trying to keep observers out of the count room. And that party, my friends, is the Democrat Party.

"You don't take these positions because you want an honest election. You don't oppose an audit of the vote because you want an accurate count. You don't oppose our efforts at sunlight and transparency because you have nothing to hide.

"You take these positions because you are welcoming fraud and you are welcoming illegal voting."

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Networks like CNN, ABC and even Fox News stopped giving a live feed of the press conference and reminded their viewers that there has been no evidence provided from Donald Trump's team to back up claims of voter fraud.

Kayleigh McEnany claimed there are more than 130 affidavits filed in Michigan related to voter fraud and suggested there were loads of people who voted in Nevada who weren't eligible. Again, the allegations haven't been backed up by public and firm evidence.

McEnany has asked the American public for 'patience' while the Trump team continues to investigate their claims of voter fraud.

The US President is yet to concede defeat in the 2020 Election, despite Joe Biden being declared the projected winner over the weekend.

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The move from news networks to stop broadcasting the press conference live was the same as last week when Donald Trump's speech was cut short. He was still allowed to continue speaking, however the TV channels stopped showing it live in order to fact-check him.

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Trump began his press conference stating that he 'easily wins' if 'you count the legal votes'. He also continued his claim that the Democrats are trying to steal the election, despite there being no evidence of that.

"We think there is going to be a lot of litigation as we have so much evidence, so much proof and it is going to end up perhaps at the highest court in the land. We will see. But we think there will be a lot of litigation.

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"I have a feeling judges are going to have to rule but there has been a lot of shenanigans and we cannot stand for that in our country."

It's worth remembering that no instances of widespread voter fraud has been observed, nor has it been uncovered during the lead up to the Election and in the days since the votes were stopped.

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Topics: News, US Election, US News

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