Barr says he sees no reason for U.S. to seize voting machines

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Attorney General William Barr on Monday said he sees no reason for the federal government to seize voting machines used during the 2020 election — an idea reportedly discussed by President Donald Trump and his allies. The seizure idea was reportedly suggested to Trump by his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani at a Friday meeting. Asked about the idea on Monday, Barr said “I see no basis now for seizing machines by the federal government.”
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