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Source: getty

Experts Say Trump's Voter Fraud Commission Could Be In Trouble Over Their Emails

By Mark Pygas

The security issues around Hillary Clinton's use of a private email sever while she was secretary of state was one of the key talking points of the 2016 election. And now, President Donald Trump and his voter fraud commission could be in trouble over their use of private email accounts to conduct public business.  

President Donald Trump created the voter fraud commission by executive order and tasked them with "finding most anything that enhances or undermines confidence in the integrity of the voting process and voting system vulnerabilities that could lead to fraud."   

President Donald Trump has stated that millions of ballots were cast illegally in the 2016 election, without providing any evidence to support the claim. Trump lost the popular vote by around 3 million votes, but ultimately won the electoral college.