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OSCE 'grave concerns' at Trump election ploys

OSCE election observers reported widespread concerns about U.S. President Donald Trump's efforts to uncercut voter confidence in the presidential election.

WASHINGTON (AN) — Election observers from the world's largest security-oriented intergovernmental organization reported widespread concerns on Thursday about U.S. President Donald Trump's efforts to undercut voters' confidence in the November 3 U.S. elections.

Many among the two small teams of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe election observers "expressed grave concerns about the risk of legitimacy of the elections being questioned due to the incumbent president’s repeated allegations of a fraudulent election process, and postal vote in particular," the 57-nation OSCE disclosed in an interim report on its monitoring efforts.

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