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White House Plans to Destroy Voter Data Collected by Trump's Election Fraud Commission
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10 Jan 2018 05:08 AM EST

The White House intends to destroy voter data collected by the election fraud commission President Donald Trump recently shut down, the Justice Department said in a court filing Tuesday night. White House Director of Information Technology Charles Herndon said in a declaration submitted to a federal court in Washington that officials plan to erase the information, rather than transfer it to the Department of Homeland Security or the National Archives and Records Administration. Herndon also indicated that White House press secretary Sarah Sanders' comment last week that the commission's "preliminary findings" were being sent to DHS was inaccurate. "The Commission did not create any preliminary findings," Herndon wrote.

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