Former President Donald Trump has said that there was no election fraud in states that he won during the 2020 presidential election.
Trump made his comment during an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity broadcast from Mar-a-Lago on Monday night. Hannity asked Trump his thoughts about Georgia’s recently passed voting law which has been criticized by Democrats.
“Florida, Ohio, all of the states that we won, were properly run,” Trump said, claiming that all red states in the 2020 election had “properly run” their elections with enough safeguards against fraud.
“Look, Florida was properly run. Ohio was properly run. South Carolina was properly run. By the way, North Carolina, Democratic governor, we won that. You know, that’s always very tough to win. We won it very nicely—properly run. Happened to have a Democrat governor, in all fairness,” Trump continued.
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