In recent days, former President Donald Trump has turned to fringe theories to defend his claims of electoral fraud in 2020. Trump is now citing unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud on Jan. 6, the day of the Capitol riot which resulted in the deaths of five people. These theories, which have been pushed by some conservatives, allege that antifa activists were responsible for the unrest, a claim that has not been corroborated by any law enforcement investigations. Trump has also claimed that some of the protesters that stormed Capitol Hill were not actually his supporters, and were instead professional agents provocateurs. Trump has even gone so far as to suggest that Democrats, foreign countries, or tech companies may have had a hand in the events that led to the deadly riot. Despite these claims, federal law enforcement officials have yet to find any evidence of fraud or foreign interference in the election.
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