Wisconsin Tells ‘Not Sure’ Mistakes, President Trump Tweets | Zoom Fintech

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President Donald Asset on Saturday, November 28 tweeted that the Wisconsin recount requested by its marketing campaign does not consist of uncovering errors “in the previously reported tally, which confirmed a 20,000 vote victory for President-elect Joe Biden.

the Asset Marketing campaign filed for a recount for Milwaukee and Dane counties – the state’s two largest predominantly Democratic counties – on Nov. 18. The “worst irregularities” in the election, however, did not present evidence of criminality.

In his tweet, the president said the recount was not about looking for errors in the count, but “to find people who voted illegally.” He also tweeted that his marketing campaign had “uncovered a lot of illegal votes,” presumably in Wisconsin. Once again, no such evidence has been provided to date.

Twitter reported on the tweet, citing that the president’s statement “on electoral fraud is disputed.”

Milwaukee County completed its recount and cleared its results on Friday, November 28 and found a high margin of victory for Biden in the county after the discovery of nearly 400 uncounted ballots. The Democrat got 257 more votes and the president got 125 more votes in the recount.

Dane County did not authorize his results. As soon as it does, the results from each county will go to the state for the final certification.

To date, as part of the certification process, there has been no experience of widespread or large-scale voter fraud or criminality by election officials in districts or states.

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