Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach debates CNN host Kate Bolduan about claims that there were many millions of illegal votes in te 2016 election and the Trump team's claim that people took buses from Massachusetts to New Hampshire to illegally vote.
"Many, many highly qualified people, like Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state, have looked deeply into this issue and have confirmed it to be true and have put together evidence," White House policy advisor Stephen Miller told ABC's George Stephanopoulos on Sunday morning. "And I suggest you invite Kris Kobach onto your show and he can walk you through some of the evidence of voter fraud in greater detail."
"Miller says look to you, sir, for the evidence," Bolduan asked Kobach. "Where is it?"
"It seems people realize that they are actually registered in two states, and some people, a small minority, but some people are tempted to go ahead and cast ballots in both states," he said. "It's a bipartisan problem."
"A small minority does not make millions and millions of widespread rampant illegal votes in this country," Bolduan replied. "I can’t wait to see the evidence."