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Fired director of U.S. cyber agency Chris Krebs explains why President Trump's claims of election interference are false

Por: CBS News Entertainment November 30, 2020

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Though the transition has begun, President Trump remains largely holed up in the White House tweeting false accusations of a rigged election from behind a crumbling wall of lawsuits. No legal challenge, no recount, no audit has changed the outcome in any state. Mr. Trump's claim that millions of votes were deleted or switched is denied by the official he chose to secure the nation's election systems. Christopher Krebs called the 2020... + full article



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