In this Election Day file photo, a voter enters a booth at a polling place in Exeter, N.H. President-elect Donald Trump tweeted himself into a controversy over voter fraud Sunday, claiming that it had occurred in New Hampshire, Virginia and California. On Monday the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office said it didn't have evidence to back up that claim.
In this Election Day file photo, a voter enters a booth at a polling place in Exeter, N.H. President-elect Donald Trump tweeted himself into a controversy over voter fraud Sunday, claiming that it had occurred in New Hampshire, Virginia and California. On Monday the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office said it didn't have evidence to back up that claim. Elise Amendola AP
In this Election Day file photo, a voter enters a booth at a polling place in Exeter, N.H. President-elect Donald Trump tweeted himself into a controversy over voter fraud Sunday, claiming that it had occurred in New Hampshire, Virginia and California. On Monday the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office said it didn't have evidence to back up that claim. Elise Amendola AP

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