Officials with former President Donald Trump‘s campaign knew days after the 2020 election that claims about voting machine abnormalities were false, according to a memo published Tuesday by The New York Times.
The Times reported: Mr. Trump’s campaign had already prepared an internal memo on many of the outlandish claims about the company, Dominion Voting Systems, and the separate software company, Smartmatic. The memo had determined that those allegations were untrue.
The court papers, which were initially filed late last week as a motion in a defamation lawsuit brought against the campaign and others by a former Dominion employee, Eric Coomer, contain evidence that officials in the Trump campaign were aware early on that many of the claims against the companies were baseless.
Breaking News: The Trump campaign knew days after the 2020 election that wild claims of voting machine tampering — pushed by Sidney Powell and others allied with Donald Trump — were not true, court filings show. Still, they promoted the false theories. https://t.co/aPGpYdS4T9
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 21, 2021
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