Investigating Voter Fraud? Trump’s Daughter Tiffany And Chief Of Staff Stephen Bannon Both Registered In TWO STATES

U.S. President Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk along Pennsylvania Avenue during the inaugural parade in Washington
Donald Trump is a conman and a liar. There is no widespread voter fraud. Not only did 3.5 million illegals not vote, taking a chance of being arrested, but the consummate liar can’t stand the idea of being “smaller” than anyone else, but he is.  Trump is a sociopath without the charm.  And perhaps he needs to remind his daughter Tiffany, which he had with his second of three baby mamas, that she should not be registered to vote in both New York and Pennsylvania.  Trump traffics in conspiracies and conning people, and right off the Oval Office, his white supremacist Breitbart buddy is also registered in two states to vote.
A senior White House adviser to Donald Trump is registered to vote in two different states, a practice that the US president wrongly claimed amounted to electoral fraud on Wednesday as he called for an inquiry.
 CEO of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump campaign Stephen Bannon is pictured during a meeting with Trump's Hispanic Advisory Council at Trump Tower in the Manhattan borough of New York

Stephen Bannon registered to vote in New York shortly before the presidential election last year, after the Guardian disclosed that he was registered to vote at a vacant house in Florida where his ex-wife had once lived.

 

Bannon, whose registration lists a rented apartment in Manhattan as his address, cast his ballot for Trump in New York, according to a source familiar with his arrangements, who was not authorized to speak to the media.

Bannon, however, also remains registered to vote in Florida, according to state records. His registration lists as his address the home of Andy Badolato, a friend of Bannon’s who has worked on some of his political documentary films and written for Breitbart News, the far-right website that Bannon controlled before entering the White House as chief strategist and senior counselor to the president.

 

His registration in Florida was moved to Badolato’s home shortly after the publication of the Guardian report in August. Bannon has not cast a ballot in Florida, according to state records. Badolato, who was also registered to vote at the home with his adult sons, declined at the time to answer questions on whether Bannon actually lived at the property, which is required under the registration rules of the Florida division of elections.

In a pair of tweets early on Wednesday morning, Trump said that arrangements such as Bannon’s were unacceptable as he appeared to threaten a crackdown on access to the ballot box.

 

“I will be asking for a major investigation into VOTER FRAUD, including those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal and … even, those registered to vote who are dead (and many for a long time). Depending on results, we will strengthen up voting procedures!” the president wrote.

 

Trump’s statement followed the White House confirming on Tuesday that the president continues to believe the debunked conspiracy theory that millions of people vote illegally in US elections. Trump has repeatedly blamed this fiction for his loss of the national popular vote to Hillary Clinton, his Democratic opponent.

 

It is not in itself illegal to be registered to vote in two states. It would be illegal to cast ballots in two different states. Many states have their own laws about who qualifies to register to vote in their elections, typically based on whether a person actually lives in a residence there.

 

A spokeswoman for Bannon declined to comment.

 

Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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