Miller Doubles Down on Voter Fraud Lie

Refusing to cite any evidence, White House policy advisor Stephen Miller repeatedly claimed voter fraud had influenced New Hampshire's election. During a Sunday morning interview with George Stephanopoulos, Miller doubled down on unsubstaniated claims that thousands of illegal voters were transported from Massachusetts to New Hampshire, causing Hillary Clinton to win the state. “Voter fraud is a serious problem in this country," Miller said, while claiming that "this morning on this show is not the venue for me to lay out all the evidence."

When Stephanopoulos pressed Miller for evidence, Miller told him to "go to New Hampshire, talk to anybody who's worked in politics there for a long time. Everybody's aware of the problem in New Hampshire." Asked a third time for evidence to support his claims, Miller told Stephanopoulos that "if this is an issue that interests you, then we can talk about it more in the future." He went on to accuse immigrants of illegally registering to vote and "cancelling out the franchise of lawful citizens of this county."