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rant. the wisconsin election commission ready to meet in a number of hours. that is touching off a donald trump twitter storm. he is calling it a scam and calling hillary clinton a hypocrite for supporting it. in addition to winning the electoral college, i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. and that is quoting serious voter fraud in new hampshire and virginia and california. why isn't the media reporting this? donald trump is offering no evidence to support either of those claims. we get more from cnn's ryan nobles in palm beach, florida. >> reporter: donald trump has wrapped up the holiday weekend here at mar-a-lago resort in florida. while we did not hear or see the president-elect trump that much, we learned how he feels about
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the recount effort under way in which is started by jill stein. trump tweeted about the topic 12 times. more than any topic since being elected president. he suggested at one point he won the popular vote if illegal votes were not counted. the clinton campaign wants to rule in or rule out the possibility of any irregulari irregulariti irregularities. trump will meet with eight different people today at trump tower. he will meet with david clarke and also on tap, kathleen white. she was once the texas commissioner on environmental quality. donald trump has a number of decisions to make, including the
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secretary of state. christine and miguel. >> let's bring in political reporter eugene scott. while we were digesting turkey and going out shopping, it was a long weekend with the longest twitter tirade since being president-elect. >> there is no proof to the claims he is making. i know most people believe it is a response to recount 2016 which makes the most sense. it is also something he hinted before the recount got forward. a lot of attention is paid that donald trump was elected based on the electoral college and not popular vote. >> what does he have to gain here? the country is very divided. hillary clinton is up by 2 million votes in the popular vote. is there a play here? is there any reason why he would go after this?
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>> not with people who are already opposed to him. not with people who already have problems with how he uses social media and how he presents himself. it is something that keeps him in good standing with people who helped get him there. the base may be concerned with him bowing to republican establishment figures more as the campaign suggested. >> it is a contradiction if you are so quick to discount anything or any shenanigans in the recount in wisconsin, but so quick to embrace shenanigans on the other side. >> certainly so. i saw a tweet that donald trump claimed to be the victim and victor at the same time. bra praising his win, but saying something happened suspicious about how he got there. >> kellyanne conway on the sunday morning shows went after mitt romney as the possible pick for state department.
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if republicans can't mend fences internally, what chance does a trump administration have for mending fences across the nation and bringing the country together after a bitter election? >> to be a little fair, he is considering some democrats. we know he spoke with tulsi gabbard from hawaii and david clarke. he is still a registered democrat. as far as unity, we should not be surprised. it is a divisive primary and up to the general election. we saw high profile republicans pushing back. >> we saw ted cruz talking about pitchforks in the streets. if you have both houses in the hands of republicans, they have to do something about it. >> if we're given the white house and both houses of congress and we don't deliver, i think there will be pitchforks
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and torches in the streets. i think rightly. i think people are so fed up with washington, this election was a mandate with change of the most catastrophic thing republicans could do is go back to business as usual. >> the question here is to your point, how do republicans work with donald trump now? how does paul ryan work with donald trump now? the markets are expecting tax cuts. infrastructure spending. they are expecting rolling back of all kinds of regulations. they are expecting growth. and spending and borrowing. the bond market reacting. is there any indication that this party is going to be able to move forward and get stuff done? >> i certainly have seen some people come around to donald trump who weren't before like mitt romney of all people. we see people wanting to see the party work together. the idea there is a mandate telling donald trump to do certain things is an odd argument to make. different people voted for donald trump for different reasons. the reality is that everyone is
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not on the same page. there will be conflict. >> i'm curious what the budget hawks will do. >> the political is fascinating. it is not clear where the paul ryan and donald trump balance will come. >> we see republican establishment pushing for a direction more this way. to cruz's point, there are people in the base who see washington turned upside down. some suggest the appointments don't suggest that is the direction donald trump may move. >> a lot of people watching is it a billionaire stacked cabinet? what will be the background of the cabinet and how will they influence donald trump and policy and the secretary of state pick is going to be big. >> it will be a fine christmas for lobbyists everywhere. >> he said no lobbyists. we will see. >> i think there are plenty helping out. >> come back.
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we'll talk more. today is the day called cyber monday. used to be one holiday. black friday. now online retailers are in on the game. they are expecting traffic. 122 million people forecast to shop for digital deals today. that is according to the national retail federation. about 25% will shop on the phone. the phone is a gateway to spending. people up early. about 39% shop first thing in the morning. retail group says despite the flood of online deals on black friday, consumers put money aside for cyber monday. of course the trade association would say that. final numbers from black friday show consumers are smart about what they buy. the most popular toys on black friday, lego. electric scooters and nerf guns and barbie dreamhouse. for the big kids, mac book and 4k tvs. you could get this huge 50 inch
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fidel castro's funeral set for sunday. over the next six days, cubans will celebrate the life of the former leader. on wednesday, the late di dictator's ashes will take a journey across the nation. we have the latest with nic
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robertson with more. >> reporter: there will be a 21-gun salute and at that time, that's when the public memorial at revolution square will begin in cuba. that's when we can begin to see people gathering here. we have not witnessed that in havana. the mood here has been muted. people have not been coming out as they have in little havana in miami and cheering on the streets. here it is much quieter. you talk to the younger people here. they talk about the hopes for the future. they hope perhaps diplomatic relations with the united states will improve the economy and improve their lives here. there is still concern at the same time that president-elect trump has indicated he potentially may roll that back. so the mood here so far has been one muted. certainly no one surprised that fidel castro has died. it is a different thing when it happens.
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what happens next? that is what is on people's minds. >> it is interesting, nic, over the course of my lifetime and longer, his relationship with the united states was so fraught with tension. so many presidents at odds with the policies of this man. recently, he has been out of the public eye. his brother running the country. i wonder if that has any affect on the muted reaction in the streets there. >> reporter: yeah. it does. one is the transfer of full power in 2008. you had raul castro in power for a long time. he has put some of his players in position of authority and moved out fidel's loyalists. however, the system of government and control of the country and everything that keeps order and skufrt aecurity peace in the country remains in place. people know the government structure has held an oppressive hand here. they know that hand is still
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there. so in one way, it is the situation remains the same. in other ways, the improved diplomatic relations and visit of president obama, these are symbolic. the first direct flight to the united states lands here in cuba in a little in two hours. an american airlines flight. that is an indication of just how much things have moved forward. in real terms to improve people's lives here to give them the certainty of a better economic future, you need to do a lot more to improve trade and travel. that's perhaps where the uncertainty lies. will raul castro go that extra distance? he said he will step down in 2018. who comes next? how is that person chosen? certainly the 1996 statement saying there should be free and
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fair elections before you completely open up trade ties. does that happen? all of these things are in the background of people's minds at the moment. >> and also in the background, president-elect trump here in the country has been critical. president obama's approach to cuba and what you are talking about and what is the policy to cuba? nic robertson in havana for us. thank you. a very different scene in south florida. cuban exiles dancing in the streets and hundreds waving flags and banging pots and pans overjoyed by the death of fidel castro. as boris sanchez tells us more. >> reporter: christine and miguel, it is hard to believe the response from people in cube and response from people in miami are different. you can see the response on the square here. there is a dee jay with music
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and some people holding up signs of loved ones on the island that could not be here to celebrate. many say they are looking for to this moment for a long time. no better story captured the divide between the two responses to the passing of fidel castro better than elian gonzalez and the saga that played out in miami back 15 years ago. elian for his response has called fidel a father figure. he is someone he admires and looks up to. here is what elian said to the death of fidel castro. >> translator: he is a like a father. like my father, i wanted to show him everything i achieved. that he would be proud of me. that's how it was with fidel. if i learned something and wanted to show him. there are still many things i want to show him. >> reporter: of course, elian gonzalez is not well liked in miami as much as he was when he
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was a child. several people say they see him as a prop for the regime. a propaganda tool to elevate fidel castro into the status of the idol. they don't see him as an objective voice with the fidel legacy. the party will continue here for the next few days. in havana, as you know, there are nine days of mourning. a stark contrast. miguel, christine. boris, thank you very much. breaking overnight. a deadly shooting involving a chicago police officer. it started with a domestic violence call late last night. the suspect fired at officers and took off running. he was shot and killed during a foot chase. officials say they found a 24-year-old pregnant woman shot in the abdomen. she is hospitalized in serious condition. an independent review board is now investigating. troubling story. 18 minutes past the hour.
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the chiefs breaking the broncos in an overnight thriller. overtime thriller. not overnight. >> andy scholes has more in the bleacher report. >> christine, you ever been near the end of "early start" and give miguel a high five for a job well done? check out the highlights. rookie tyre hill goes 86 yards
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for the touchdown. he gets a high five from the teammate right here before crossing the goal line. don't see that every day. kansas city down in the closing seconds. he finds hill for the touchdown. chiefs get the two-point conversion. we go to overtime. broncos miss a long game winning field goal attempt. santos gets this to go off the upright and in. chiefs win in a thriller. 30-27. raiders had a big scare against the panthers. derek carr dislocated his pinkie on the snap in the third quarter. very painful. he wept back to the locker room. he would return to the game and come back and the raiders take the lead in the field goal. cam newton with one last chance, but sacked on the fourth down play. oakland is 9-2 after the win over carolina. patriots trying to keep pace with the raiders.
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ryan fitzpatrick finding a leaping quincy who gets a foot and cheek in for the go-ahead touchdown. brady leading the pats down the field for the game winner. also brady's 200th career win which ties him for peyton manning for the most ever. pats win. 22-17. this made me laugh out loud. it is fourth down and instead of punting, john harbaugh said grab and tackle all of the players and the punter, you see him in the back of the end zone. he runs out of bounds for the safety. multiple flags thrown on the play. since all of them are offense penalties, ravens win. 19-14. frustrating for the bengals. genius on the side of the
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ravens. >> that looked like the most bizarre dance i have ever seen. i don't understand what happened. i will e-mail you to see what happened. >> show us again. >> all of the ravens players are offense. they are grabbing the bengals and tackling. it doesn't matter if they get penalties. the game can end on an offensive penalty. if it ends on a defense, it cannot end. harbaugh says the game will end no matter what. go out and tackle all of the bengals. >> this is harder than your math earlier. we're done with you, andy. >> good-bye, andy. president-elect trump unleashing a twitter tirade again. claiming he actually won the popular vote while slamming the recount that is about to begin in wisconsin. where is all this heading? "early start" is back in a moment. what this simp ad the best simple salad ever? heart healthy california walnuts.
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president-elect trump launching into an epic twitter rant. slamming the recount in wisconsin while claiming he actually won the popular vote in the presidential election. and he has choice words for hillary clinton too. a tale of two cities in the wake of fidel castro's death. the people of havana grieving. while in little havana, dancing in the streets. the question is what is next for u.s. and cuba relations. and cyber monday. millions of americans hunting for bargains online. be aware. retailers are hunting you too. she is hunting for presents for me. >> no, i have been buying for myself. >> welcome to "early start." i'm miguel marquez. >> i'm christine romans. it is 31 minutes past hour. let the recount begin. wisconsin election commission set to meet to establish timeline for recounting every vote in the state from november 8th. that's touching off a trump
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twitter storm. calling the recount a scam. he calls hillary clinton a relationsh hypocrite for getting behind it. in addition to winning the electoral college in a landslide, i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. he is calling voter fraud in virginia, new hampshire and california. he said why is the media not reporting it? we have more from ryan nobles in palm beach, florida. >> reporter: trump wrapped up the holiday weekend in mar-a-lago in florida. we learned quite a bit about how he feels about the recount effort in wisconsin started by jill stein. trump tweeted about the topic 12 different times. more than he tweeted about any topic since being elected
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president. he even suggested at one point that he may have won the popular vote if votes cast illegally were not included. the clinton campaign is joined in on the effort. they say they don't find any evidence that anything wrong happened with the vote, but they want to rule in or rule out that possibility. trump has a busy monday planned at trump tower. eight different people will come to meet with him and the vice president-elect mike pence. among them david clarke. he is considered for secretary of homeland security. and kathleen white could be the next epa secretary. she was once the texas commissioner on environment quality. donald trump has a number of decisions to make. including the next secretary of state. >> ryan, thank you very much. let's bring in eugene scott. he must make sense of all of this for us.
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donald trump going after the popular vote here. this is a country divided. is there any upside to him doing this? >> i think it reminds us he is who he said he was when he was on the campaign. there is concern or criticism from the base he has been in can ho cahoots with the republican establishment. >> i won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally. >> there is zero evidence. if we want to talk about there being people who voted illegally, which we don't, why is he not suggesting some of his votes could be illegal voters? what we do know is hillary clinton got at least about 2 million more votes than him. thousands of people voted for gary johnson and jill stein and other third party candidates and i think it burns him. >> the other thing going on is
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filling out his cabinet. mitt romney who opposed trump during the election. seems to be in a good position or possible position for secretary of state. he is getting blowback from that. kellyanne conway going on sun sh day's shows. do you think that is directed at trump or strife within his group? >> i think people are not supportive of mitt romney getting a high profile positions. he was one of the most vocal who has been critical of trump. kellyanne on cnn said we don't know if mitt romney voted for trump. to reward him with a high profile position would be a slap in the face to many people in the base. >> it is hard for the people in the traditional republican base who have a hard time figuring out how mitt romney, who ran for the highest office would be able to take orders from trump.
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you have mitt romney saying mr. president, this is what you should do with syria. this is mitt romney having to execute the foreign policy that he doesn't agree with. >> very much so. we saw on issues like russia, they see things differently. will a mitt romney be a voice for trump around the world or will mitt romney carry out or attempt to carry out his world view? >> there could be other names out there. kellyanne conway said there are names out and we are focused on the two names. rudy giuliani and mitt romney. >> david petraeus and bob corker. we don't know yet. >> petraeus is interesting. he has a classified material problem. donald trump won an election hammered by a classified material problem. >> i think petraeus is a name that donald trump mentioned as getting a raw deal. maybe he wants to make justice right or offer some type of repayment. this would be quite a bit of
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repayme repayment. >> given the turn around with hillary clinton and the e-mail scandal. eugene scott. thank you. also today, a little thing called cyber monday. the best deals out are for things rarely on sale. don't be duped by door busters. those are for black friday. stay focused on the real deals. amazon offering 75,000 deals of the lightning deals for prime members. the best discounts on the devices of echo and fire and kindle. all at least 20% off. walmart with discounts on tvs from samsung and vizio. >> 108 inch. >> please. you guys and your big tvs. hundreds of dollars on many models. target offering 15% off the entire order in stores and online. apple products are included.
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fidel castro's funeral set for sunday. over the next six days, cubans celebrate the life of the former leader in a series of events. the ashes of the former dictator will move across the island nation. cnn's nic robertson has latest from havana. nic? >> reporter: compared to what we have seen in little havana in mia miami, the complete opposite here. there have not been huge o outpouring of emotion here either jubilant or sad. we will see something different today when the public memorials begin. 9:00 a.m. here in the revolution square here in havana. we will have or there will be a
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21-gun salute in havana and s santiago. there will be the same 21-gun salute saturday next weekend from tuesday through to next weekend from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. every day on the hour. every hour, a single cannon fired in memory of fidel castro. so that apart from the flags flying at half staff and apart major public events cancelled. these will be really the first and strongest symbols of the country mourning the passing of fidel castro. really you have to look at the streets here and really feel the sentiment is muted and subdued. whatever people's deep emotions are at the moment, they have not been on public display so far. >> cubans enormously proud of the role they played in the cold war. thumbing their nose at the u.s.
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successfully. fidel castro leading that. with everything happening now, the u.s. opening relations. donald trump coming into office. what is the sense on the street about where the revolution goes from here? >> reporter: you know, if you talked to young people here, there is a real hope that raul castro may now, his brother's gone, and doesn't have him looking over his shoulder, shift gears and try to improve significantly the ties with the united states and to get the country back to a much stronger economic path. more prosperous future. you will hear that from young people. all of the generations here have been used to fidel castro's rule with an iron grip and his brother essentially using the same machine to continue the strong leadership. there will be concern that
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asperations they may have to be brought back into the fold of the international community and put the cuban missile crisis behind them and become another nation to the world beyond that. that's something that all the generations here may have aspirations for, but would be concerned that it may not be realized in their lifetime. i think there is a sense of change because of what castro brought to the country for decades. that kind of control takes a long time to change. >> it will be a fascinating several years, i take it. 2018, raul castro is meant to leave government. we don't know if there will be elections. >> reporter: it is not clear who will take over or whether those collecti elections or if there are elections. look at any place around the world. a totalitarian dictatorship.
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how do go from that to democracy? how do you develop partners? yesterday, the white ladies protesters group. protest every sunday and march for the last 13 years about their husbands being in jail. when you have a system that jails political opposition, how do you generate a political opposition to have a free and fair election? that transition that we witnessed in other countries can be a very difficult and painful transition. the actual transition itself is just not a quick one. you don't go from this that you had here to open and free democracy quickly. that's the big question on people's mind. can we do that? will we be allowed to do that? will it happen safely and securely? >> nmore fraught days ahead. nic, thank you. from cuba ironically to online sales.
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civilians trapped inside the besieged areas in eastern aleppo. 100,000 of those may be children. the u.n., because of the fighting going on and because the syrian regime is not letting them pass. they cannot run convoys into the eastern part of aleppo to bring food and bring medicine. there are people there who are wounded because of the fighting and also who have medical conditions. they cannot be evacuated out and cannot get proper treatment. most of the hospitals in the area frankly have been bombed by syrian war planes and by russia as well. with the fighting, it is surprising how quickly syrians have moved forward. they made more gains in the past 24 hours than the last four years. they say they have taken some ten neighborhoods in eastern aleppo. the latest we are hearing, they have taken the northern part of the city.
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this is the last stronghold that the rebels hold in any urban area. it is by far the biggest prize of syria civil war at this point in time. if the rebels lose all of eastern aleppo, it could mark an important turning point away from the rebels and in favor of bashar al assad. christine. >> remarkable. the pictures of aleppo. i cannot imagine. fred pleitgen, thank you. breaking overnight in the philippines. an ied found a few hundred feet from the embassy in manila. authorities diffused the bomb placed by a person riding in a taxi. police consider it an attempted act of terrorism. the ied had the same design as one used in the deadly marketplace bombing in september that killed 14 people. also breaking overnight. deadly shoot involving a chicago police officer. the incident started with a domestic violence call last
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night. police say the suspect fired at officers and took off running. he was shot and killed during a foot chase. officials found a 24-year-old pregnant woman shot in the abdomen during the course of the investigation. she is in hospital in serious condition. police in new orleans believe bad blood between two men sparked a deadly shootout on bourbon street. investigators still searching for the suspects this morning. gunfire erupted in the french quarter early sunday morning after the end of the big college football game. ten people all described as bystanders were wounded. one was killed. the army corps of engineers urging thousands of dakota access pipeline protesters to move to a free speech zone by december 5th. officials say there are no plans to forcibly remove those who remain. native tribes have clashed with
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authorities in recent days. many fear the pipeline could contaminate the missouri river. >> most of the protester s do nt want to move away to the free speech zone. dow and nasdaq and s&p all at record highs. look at the dow fouutures right now. pointing lower. they are following stocks in europe. all down. shares in asia are mixed overnight. we are looking at oil prices. turned around after busineig lo this weekend. it appears opec countries will not reach a deal to cut production. oil is a really big factor in how stocks fare today. investors can be thankful for the gains last week. something we have not seen in years. the past three years, the stock market has been very quiet on thanksgiving. look at that. barely moving most years. last week, boom. dow up 1.5% over the past four
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sessions. almost 10% for the year. that is the donald trump stock market rally. the down side to the donald trump rally, mortgage rates are spiking. the average 30-year fixed rate mortgage is 4.19%. on election day, 3.62%. the increase comes from treasury bonds tied to mortgage rates. investors are ditching bonds in favor of stocks. when you sell bonds, that drives the rate up. they believe trump administration will lead to more spending and stinfrastructure. it makes it easier to hike the target rate next month. a $200,000 mortgage with a 3.5% interest rate is $1123 a month. the same mortgage at 4.25% is $1,230. all of that in just three weeks. check out the new cnn money
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stream app. stories and videos and topics all in one feed. download it now on the google store. we are covering big deals as well. the bottom line is mobile kept people out of the stores. foot traffic down. >> i have been buying all my gifts for you on mobile devices. >> do you have all of the sizes? >> that's "early start" for us today. i'm christine romans. >> i'm miguel marquez. 12 angry tweets protesting the recount and the transition is taking a nasty turn. "new day" is picking up the story now. >> trump claiming he actually won the popular vote. >> green party has the legal right to do it. we have recounts almost every election. >> this is ridiculous. this is a notoriety driven fraud. >> he has the right to pick
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someone to carry out his vision. >> governor romney went so far out of his way to hurt donald trump. >> i hope they will pressure the castro regime. >> this is required under a president trump. >> it is my hope we will see u.s. strength prompting real change in cuba. this is "new day" with chris cuomo and alisyn camerota. >> good morning. it is monday, november 28th. up first, president-elect trump falsely claimed millions of people illegally voted in the election. that's why he didn't win the popular vote. how this administration will function. >> that widely debunked conspiracy theory comes as the clinton campaign joins a recount effort in wisconsin and a top trump undermines mitt romney as
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the pick for secretary of state. we have all this covered for you. sara murray is live in washington. good morning, sara. >> donald trump using his platform to question the integrity of the american election system, an election he won without offering any evidence. donald trump is falsely claiming he only lost the popular vote because millions voted illegally for hillary clinton. despite winning the election, trump is reviving unfounded allegations of voter fraud, a sign he is unwilling to drop his pension for conspiracy theories now that he is the president-elect. trump tweeting serious voter fraud in virginia, new hampshire and california. so why isn't the media reporting on this? trump's tweet storm coming as hillary clinton joined recount efforts in wisconsin. they plan to make similar pushes in


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