Donald Trump‘s campaign manager says she doesn’t believe there’s widespread voter fraud in the United States.
Kellyanne Conway said “it would not be for me to say” that there was widespread fraud absent overwhelming evidence. She says there’s fraud “here and there” including past incidents of dead people on voter lists and people voting in multiple places.
Conway’s comments Wednesday on MSNBC appear to undercut Trump’s unsubstantiated claim that massive fraud is rigging the election against him.
Trump also says the media is rigging the election for Hillary Clinton. But Conway says that while some journalists are colluding with the Clinton campaign, it’s “certainly not all, or even most.”