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As the Trump administration continues without substantiation to claim “enormous evidence of voter fraud,” as White House adviser Stephen Miller said on Sunday, a darker suspicion is gaining currency: this is a thinly-disguised way to justify new voting restrictions that will suppress turnout among minority and young voters.
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