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<p>On Dec. 1, Trump told Fox News on-air that Barr was missing in action. Barr gave an <a href=”” target=”_blank”>interview to the Associated Press</a><em><a href=””>Associated Press</a></em>, revealing that there was no fraud. None of the QAnon conspiracies coming from random people on message boards were real. </p><p>In one case, Trump became obsessed with a Postal Service truck drive who claimed he transported fake ballots. He recanted the story. </p><p>”<a href=”” rel=”noopener noreferrer” target=”_blank” title=””>Federal investigators</a> had determined that that one, too, was bunk. Court records showed that the driver had a history of legal problems, had been involuntarily committed to mental institutions several times and had a sideline as <a href=”” rel=”noopener noreferrer” target=”_blank” title=””>a ghost hunter</a>,” the report said, citing <a href=”” rel=”noopener noreferrer” target=”_blank” title=””>The York Daily Record</a>.</p><p>”Now, with the White House counsel, Pat A. Cipollone, backing him, Mr. Barr told the president that he could not manufacture evidence and that his department would have no role in challenging states’ results, said a former senior official with knowledge about the meeting, a version of which was first reported by <a href=”” rel=”noopener noreferrer” target=”_blank” title=””>Axios</a>. The allegations about manipulated voting machines were ridiculously false, he added; the lawyers propagating them, led by Mr. Giuliani, were ‘clowns,” reported <em>The Times</em>.</p><p>Trump admitted “maybe,” and then before Barr was out of the building, he tweeted the conspiracy about the USPS driver. </p><p>Lawyer Rudy Giuliani and his allies put the false allegation in his Pennsylvania lawsuit that was ultimately dismissed and mocked. Trump’s real election lawyers said that they found the efforts “counterproductive” and “embarrassing,” said <em>The Times</em>. Indeed the more lawsuits Giuliani and his team announced, the more Trump was humiliated in court. Over 60 lawsuits took Trump on a roller coaster of hope and loss, as the country watched him lose over and over again. </p><p><a href=”” target=”_blank”>Read the full report at the New York Times. </a></p>



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