His ego is bruised because he lost the popular vote, so now we’re going to go all-in investigating imaginary fraud. It doesn’t take much imagination to see how the alternative facts they claim to “find” will prove useful in efforts to keep people who might oppose them from voting.
— EJ Dionne (@EJDionne) January 25, 2017
— EJ Dionne (@EJDionne) January 24, 2017
- Washington Monthly | On Voter Fraud, Trump Shoots First and Aims Later
- Trump’s disregard for the truth threatens his ability to govern – The Washington Post
- The Daily 202: 11 stories from President Trump’s first 100 hours that deserve more attention – The Washington Post
- Spicer: It’s ‘Demoralizing’ For Trump To See Media Narrative About Him
- UPDATE: Still more: