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you made a comment last night on something that he believed and that for a long long time White House spokesman Sean Spicer pressed repeatedly Tuesday to explain why president Donald Trump still claim that three to five million people voted illegally in the November election , the press asking spike there where the evidence and what is the president going to do about it I I I I think that I think the president has believe that for a while based on studies information , then why not investigate , trump repeated that dubious claim Monday night at a White House reception of congressional leaders , the president saying millions of unauthorized immigrants voting had robbed him of a popular majority trump previously made the assertion on Twitter saying quote in addition to winning the electoral college in a landslide which in itself is historically inaccurate I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally but not a tramp nor his team have provided any evidence to prove it voting officials across the U. S. have found no evidence of widespread voter fraud even the GOP leader of the house Paul Ryan Tuesday that it's a problem that doesn't exist brother trouble you that he continued to hold a Billy , %HESITATION I don't comment on that I see no evidence to that effect I made that very very clear Clinton won the popular vote by nearly three million ballots trump received three hundred four electoral college votes to Clinton two hundred twenty seven which as shock micro possibly claim just one day after promising never to lie to reporters must contain Republicans Reagan in fact George HW bush won in nineteen eighty eight with over a hundred twenty more electoral votes and trump