"His latest tweet about the security of the election, which followed similar earlier assessments by his agency, including on its Rumor Control Web page, angered the president, according to an official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive matter".
Through numerous reviews, investigations and lawsuits, no evidence has come up of any significant distortion or loss of votes, by accident or fraud.
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Two Michigan Republicans who initially blocked certification of Wayne County's election results despite no evidence of fraud before approving them now say they want to rescind their certification.
The statement cited illegally altered absentee ballots, illegally issued absentee ballots, and illegal advice given by government officials allowing Wisconsin's Voter ID laws to be circumvented.
No such system exists, according to Krebs, election security experts and former United States officials. Travis reportedly resigned after being told by the White House that he would not be replacing Krebs at the helm of the CSIA.
She said, "They can stick a thumb drive in the machine, they can upload software to it even from the Internet ... from Germany or Venezuela even".
"I hope that President-elect Biden will recognise Chris' contributions, and consult with him as the Biden administration charts the future of this critically important agency", King said.
Senator Ben Sasse, a Nebraska Republican, said that Krebs "did a really good job".
However, the Republican board members later reconsidered their votes and agreed to certify the results on the stipulation that the Secretary of State's office conducts a "comprehensive audit" of precincts with unexplained out-of-balance tallies.