(ReliableNews.org) – Ballot counting resumed in Arizona on Monday, May 24 after auditors took a break while graduation ceremonies took place at Arizona’s Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Arizona’s Republican senators commissioned a Florida-based cybersecurity company to audit the Dominion Voting Machines and all 2.1 million ballots cast in Maricopa County.
Former President Donald Trump briefly discussed the Arizona audit with Newsmax host Steve Cortez during a live, in-person interview aired on Tuesday, May 25.
The former president stressed the fact he had nothing to do with the audit. However, he said it appeared that auditors were “finding tremendous [amounts] of fraud” in the course of their inquiry. He said he based that belief on “preliminary letters” about the audit drafted for Arizona’s Senate President Karen Fann.
Other states are conducting audits as well. A Georgia judge ordered Fulton County to allow the inspection and scanning of its absentee ballots. Officials in two Michigan Counties are considering hiring an outside firm to perform an audit, and Windham, New Hampshire, is already auditing its election results.
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