Highlights of the day for U. S. President Donald Trump's administration on Sunday: IMMIGRATION A White House official attacks a U. "A man whose emails were, until recently, considered spam by many of his Republican peers is now shaping the Trump administration's core domestic policies with his economic nationalism and hard-line positions on immigration".
Stephen Miller, a senior policy adviser to President Trump, weighed in on North Korea's ballistic missile test Sunday, defending the president's response as a "show of strength" to the Asian nation. The administration has wavered when asked its next steps, and Miller said Sunday that all options are open.
The President was apparently pleased with his aide for representing him across the networks, tweeting out: "Congratulations Stephen Miller- on representing me this morning on the various Sunday morning shows".
A morning news show is not the venue for evidence to be laid out, Miller said.
Stephanopoulos continually pressed Miller for more evidence throughout the interview, but Miller's failed to provide further detail.
New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph Foster told WMUR.com: "We have seen no evidence of large-scale voter fraud whatsoever, and none has been brought to our attention".
"The result is that yes, it is possible and legal for someone to drive into a polling place in a auto with out-of-state tags, register to vote, and vote", Cullen told PolitiFact.
"In addition, one of the authors of that heavily criticized study himself later rejected attempts to use that study to prove fraud. The odds of being caught are pretty high".
Though not asked, New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen offered her take on Twitter.
As someone who has worked in New Hampshire politics, Miller knew that there was a problem. Jeff Sessions' communications director and came to work on former Massachusetts Sen. He said that takes priority over a 1965 law that says immigration decisions can not be based on country of origin. What is illegal is voting in two different states.
"A district judge in Seattle cannot make immigration law for the United States, cannot give foreign nationals and foreign countries rights they do not have, and cannot prevent the President of the United States from suspending the admission of refugees from Syria", Miller told Todd. If they sign the affidavit, a confirmation letter is sent to their address to check that it is correct. Letters that are returned as undeliverable are investigated. The president made a statement saying he was the victim of voter fraud.
"I was on the phone last night with someone from [the Department of Homeland Security]", he said. Martha Fuller Clark letting Democratic staffers live at her house during the 2008 and 2012 elections.
In February 2016, Project Veritas Action (PVA) founder and president James O'Keefe released a video reportedly showing how easy it would be for non-residents of the state to commit voter fraud in New Hampshire.
PolitiFact New Hampshire, in particular, talked to several state and local officials about whether anything fishy occurred November 8. The September 11 attacks were committed by nationals from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Lebanon, while San Bernardino was perpetrated by a US citizen born in Chicago and his Pakistani wife.
"We have never gotten any proof about buses showing up at polling places", Gardner, a Democrat, told The Boston Globe.
After becoming president, Trump announced he's going to launch a "major investigation" into voter fraud claims. "Allegations of this magnitude can not be ignored".
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said on CBS' "Face the Nation" Trump should scrap the travel ban because it's "un-American and unconstitutional".
We rate the claim trousers on Fire.