LIVE UPDATES: Trump refuses to say he trusts Barr


President Trump did not say on Thursday whether he would continue to trust Attorney General William Barr two days after the AG said the Department of Justice had not seen a widespread election fraud that could overturn the results.

“Ask me that in a few weeks,” Trump told a reporter. – They should investigate this fraud.

Quick facts

    • Barr told the Associated Press on Tuesday: “To date, we have not seen any level of fraud that could have affected the outcome of the election.”
    • Trump’s campaign has questioned the results in several battlefield states, including Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

    Trump’s campaign has questioned the results in several battlefield states, including Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

Barr told Tuesday in an issue with the Associated Press: “To date, we have not seen any level of fraud that could have affected the outcome of the election.”

He said U.S. lawyers and FBI officials were working to follow up on the complaints and information they received, but did not uncover enough evidence to change the election results.

Trump’s campaign has questioned the results in several battlefield states, including Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

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