“I saw the most fantastical things on social media, made completely absurd allegations that were totally unfounded, and saw them spread,” City Commissioner Al Schmidt said on Wednesday “New Day “To CNN’s John Berman on (New Day).
President Donald Trump continues to make unfounded claims about voter fraud and claims that the election has been stolen from him. He attacked Schmidt on Twitter on Wednesday, calling him “Reno” or “only In the name of the Republican Party”.
“He refused to look at the peaks of corruption and dishonesty. We won!” Trump tweeted.
But Schmidt told CNN whether there is evidence of widespread fraud that has attracted their attention, “We will review it like every election and forward it to law enforcement.”
He said: “I realize that many people are happy with this election, and many people are unhappy with this election. One thing I cannot understand is how hungry people consume lies and information, which is untrue. “Said.
Schmidt said his office investigated the list of the dead who allegedly voted in Philadelphia and found that “no one voted in Philadelphia after death.”
Schmidt told CNN that election staff in Philadelphia still have 18,000 mailed ballots and about 18,000 provisional ballots to count.
Schmidt told CNN on Wednesday: “The important thing is that all of us must focus on our work, which is conducted by qualified voters on or before election day. This is indisputable. of.”