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OSCE observer says Trump allegations on vote ‘harm public trust’

Washington (AFP) – The head of an international observer mission to the US elections on Wednesday criticized President Donald Trump’s allegations of cheating, saying he undermined trust in democracy.The mission of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, which monitors elections throughout Western nations and the former Soviet Union, said there was no evidence of election fraud in Tuesday’s vote which was “competitive and well managed.””Baseless allegations of systematic deficiencies, notably by the incumbent president, including on election night, harm public trust in democra…

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