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Watch for yourself: Trump's full speech on a 'stolen' election
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Watch for yourself: Trump's full speech on a 'stolen' election

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Watch the unedited replay from PBS NewsHour: TV networks cut away from President Donald Trump's remarks because the president claimed without evidence that the election was being "stolen" from him.


Below: The Associated Press fact-check team looked into the president's claims and evidence for them.

By CALVIN WOODWARD and MARYCLAIRE DALE Associated Press

President Donald Trump used a White House setting symbolizing the power of his office to assail an election he portrayed as rife with fraud and corruption. Here's a review of Trump's remarks, coming as Democrat Joe Biden made progress toward the electoral votes needed to claim the presidency.

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