The craziest conspiracy theory out of Trump’s White House
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Wild conspiracy theories coming out of the Trump White House was common practice for four years, but details are emerging from emails sent by Donald Trump’s chief of staff to the Department of Justice that put one of them in a whole new light. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN’s Chris Cillizza unpacks Italygate, a conspiracy theory that Italian satellites influenced the 2020 election.
SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
Fact check: Claims of electoral fraud in Rome, dubbed ‘ItalyGate,’ are baseless
ITALYGATE: The SMOKING GUN | the THEFT of the 2020 presidential election
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