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“Donald Trump Urges His Supporters to Monitor Polling Sites for Voter Fraud”

Trip Gabriel for the NYT: is language has stirred increasing fears of intimidation of minorities inside polling places, where their qualifications to vote could be challenged, or outside, where they would face illegal electioneering. But as Mr. Trump casts doubt … Continue reading ?
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