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Trump Vote Panel Vice Chair Questions Clinton Popular Vote Win

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The Panel Hunting Trump's Voter Fraud Claims

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The Republican vice-chairman of President Donald Trump’s voter fraud panel said the country may never know who received the most votes in the 2016 presidential election.

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach cast doubt on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s popular vote win in the 2016 election -- she received 2.9 million more votes cast than President Donald Trump -- though he didn’t offer any evidence of illegal voting. Trump received more electoral votes, which determine the outcome of the contest.