(CNN)Last week, President Donald Trump apparently voiced an unproven claim of citizen scams in New Hampshire, and among his leading assistants later on duplicated the position on nationwide TELEVISION.
And now, some in New Hampshire have actually attempted to safeguard their state from the reports.
” It is un-presidential. It’s unsuitable,” Todd Selig, town supervisor of Durham, New Hampshire, informed CNN on Monday. “If he has evidence, advance his evidence. If not, then please stop stating it, due to the fact that it’s simply incorrect.”
Unfounded citizen scams claims have actually swirled for several years in New Hampshire, with individuals alerting about prohibited, out-of-state citizens.
They go back to the 1990’s, when then-Gov. Judd Gregg, a Republican, set up same-day citizen registration, and they continued through the 2016 election. Simply days prior to the most current election, Chris Sununu, who was then a prospect and now the sitting guv, stated Democrats were busing in citizens to win the election.