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Bernie Sanders rips Trump over comments about election integrity

Posted On: Sep 24, 2020   |   Posted By: Politico

Bernie Sanders rips Trump over comments about election integrity

Sen. Bernie Sanders tore into President Donald Trump on Thursday, delivering an indictment of the president's recent comments that doubted the integrity of the November election and portraying him as an imminent threat to democracy.
“It is terribly important that we actually listen to and take seriously what Donald Trump is saying,” Sanders said in an address at George Washington University in Washington.
The Vermont independent then went on to catalog all of Trump's recent public statements about the election, including several weeks ago when the president claimed that “the only way they can take this election away from us is if this is a rigged election” and his repeated jibes about serving more than the two terms allowed by the Constitution.
Despite Trump's constant complaints about supposed mass voter fraud in elections, Sanders pointed to several studies - including the conclusion of Trump's own White House commission on the matter - that have found voter fraud to be exceedingly rare.
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