The Washington Post reports:
Former president Trump’s 2020 campaign commissioned an outside research firm in a bid to prove electoral fraud claims but never released the findings because the firm disputed many of his theories and could not offer any proof that he was the rightful winner of the election, according to four people familiar with the matter.
The campaign paid researchers from Berkeley Research Group, the people said, to study 2020 election results in six states, looking for fraud and irregularities to highlight in public and in the courts.
Among the areas examined were voter machine malfunctions, instances of dead people voting and any evidence that could help Trump show he won, the people said. None of the findings were presented to the public or in court.
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The report was never released publicly because the researchers disputed many of Donald Trump’s theories and could not offer any proof for his false assertions that he was the rightful winner of the 2020 presidential election. https://t.co/ua8aUIB82J
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) February 11, 2023