Politics We saw 'nothing improper with voting machines' -Fmr. acting AG Rosen
Former acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen testified Thursday (June 23) that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) had seen "nothing improper with regard to voting machines," after former President Donald Trump pressured the DOJ to seize them from state governments.
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