The guy Trump cited as voter fraud 'expert' registered in 3 states

Donald Trump has cited Gregg Phillips as an expert on voter fraud. Now it turns out that Phillips is an example of one of the voter issues Trump is concerned with.

Phillips is the founder of the election fraud reporting app VoteStand. The Associated Press reports that he was registered to vote in three states: Alabama, Texas and Mississippi.

Multi-state registration is one of the so-called "voter fraud" issues Trump has expressed concern about, alongside undocumented immigrants and dead people.

Being registered to vote in more than one state isn't illegal, but voting in multiple states is. Phillips only voted in Alabama.

When informed of his multiple registrations, Phillips asked the AP, "why would I know or care? Doesn't that just demonstrate how broken the system is? ...We need a national ID that travels with people."

Phillips claims over 3 million votes were cast illegally in the 2016 election, but has not provided any evidence.

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