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Lara Trump Says 'Dead Cats' Are Voting for Dems at 'Trump Pride' Rally

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assurances from his FBI director that there is no evidence of any such coordinated efforts. Lara Trump, the wife of Eric, went one step further, however, saying that ballots with the names of dead felines are being used to vote for Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate."Cats that have been dead are getting votes in the mail.

But this is what they are doing now, they are trying to rig it," Trump said. "They know that on November 3, that map is going to be bright red, ladies and gentlemen.

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