‘A cut and paste job’: Avlon lays out Trump’s pattern of crying fraud

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A year after the 2020 election, former President Donald Trump continues to spread false claims that the election was stolen. CNN’s John Avlon lays out a reality check on how Trump used the same script before losing to Biden. #CNN #News

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