Original Title: Hillary Clinton Received Over 800,000 Illegal Votes, Research Claims

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According to political scientist Jesse Richman, from Old Dominion University in Virginia, 6.4 percent of the 20 million non-citizens who reside in the United States voted in November’s presidential election.

He then was able to project the likely percentages of these votes that would have gone to which candidates.  His estimation is that Clinton would have received 81 percent support from non-citizens, therefore receiving an extra 834,000 votes.

This is a large enough sum to have changed the results in some of the closest races in Clinton’s favor, including New Hampshire, Nevada, and Maine, all of which Clinton won by margins of under 3 percent.

It also would have diminished her victory in the popular vote considerably which she won by about 2.8 million votes. A majority of these votes came from densely populated areas such as New York and California.

President Trump announced on Wednesday that he would be looking into these allegations of voter fraud by opening up a “major investigation.”

President Trump has in the past questioned the integrity of the election process, saying last November that he doubted if Hillary would have won the popular vote had those who were ineligible not been allowed to vote.

While Richman does not support Trump’s assertion that these votes made enough difference to have won him the popular vote, it is clear that this issue has been sufficiently brought to the executive Branch’s attention as to

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