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Boris Epshteyn to Newsmax TV: Reporters 'Taken Aback' by Evidence

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By    |   Thursday, 19 November 2020 07:32 PM

Strategic adviser for the Trump campaign Boris Epshteyn told Newsmax TV on Thursday that he isn’t expecting reporters to abandon their hostility toward President Donald Trump, but said he felt that some were ''taken aback'' by the volume of evidence presented at a news briefing regarding claims of election fraud.

Epshteyn referred to a 90-minute press conference earlier in the day led by former U.S. district attorney, former New York City mayor and now Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani in Washington, D.C., that detailed the campaign’s accusations of fraud and irregularities.

''We’re undoubtedly getting our points out. Are most of the mainstream media going to take that and be honest about it? Absolutely not,'' Epshteyn said on ''Spicer & Co.'' ''The media is absolutely triggered. But I will tell you, being there today, I felt in the room that reporters were almost taken aback by the amount of hard evidence that was laid out by Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell and Jenna Ellis.


''They weren’t expecting it. This press conference went for 90 minutes, or a little bit more than that, and it was full of substantive facts, substantive evidence, which was so important.''

The Trump campaign and its allies have filed lawsuits in several states challenging election results and seeking recounts claiming unreliable and rigged voting machines, unlawful votes being counted and procedural errors, among other accusations.

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Strategic adviser for the Trump campaign Boris Epshteyn told Newsmax TV on Thursday that he isn't expecting reporters to abandon their hostility toward President Donald Trump, but said he felt that some were ''taken aback'' by the volume of evidence presented at a news...
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