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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump says Democrats are rigging game searches in an attack that could damage his bid to become the party’s standard-bearer.
Trump, speaking Thursday at a news conference in Iowa, accused Democratic officials of conspiring to “make sure that the Democrats would be playing the game of politics” and said they “would be the party of the rich and powerful, the party that has no respect for the lives of everyday Americans.”
“If they have no respect, then they should have no hope,” Trump said.
“I don’t know what you’re talking about.
I don’t even know what it means.”
Trump’s criticism of the Democrats comes after several news outlets reported that Democratic officials were making game searches against Republicans in order to “boost turnout.”
Terry Branstad said Wednesday that he had ordered a review into the complaints and was “looking into it.”
Democrats have defended their practices as a way to “educate the public” about election procedures.
The campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is expected to release a report this week that details complaints about Republicans seeking voter information on its site and in an effort to help Democrats.
Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver issued a statement saying that Sanders will “continue to work with our Republican counterparts to bring more transparency to the voting process in the days ahead.”
“We are pleased to report that our Republican colleagues have also come forward with their own allegations about the same issue,” Weaver said.