When O’Reilly led the president onto the subject of big-league voter fraud, the host asked Trump if he had concerns that he “can’t back up factually” what he says about alleged significant or large-scale fraud. (He can’t, but more on that in a bit.)
“Many people have come out and said I’m right,” Trump responded. (No one reliable, or who isn’t wrong, has done so—but, again, more on that later.)
“I know, but you have to have the data to back that up,” O’Reilly said.
“When you see illegals…and they’re on the registration rolls, look, Bill, we can be babies…[or see that] it’s really a bad situation,” Trump replied.
“So you think you’re going to be proven correct?” the Fox News personality asked.
“I think I already have,” Trump claimed.
O’Reilly chimed in again to point out that the “data has to show” that Trump is in fact right. The president shot back, telling his friend Bill to “forget all that” and assured him that Vice President Mike Pence would head a committee on getting to the bottom of this imagined problem.
Already been investigated and found no evidence. This is waste of time and the taxpayers money. The only thing about the election that has been confirmed is the hacking and influence by hackers from a foreign power.