Kellyanne Conway Thursday said she wanted to correct reports that President Donald Trump's youngest daughter Tiffany is registered to vote in two states, and demanded to know why there is so much fear surrounding the president's call for an investigation into voter fraud.
"I talked last night with Tiffany Trump, and she said it is flatly false she is registered in two states," the president's counsel told NBC's "Today" show anchor Matt Lauer.
"And I recall talking with Tiffany through the fall, when she was making sure she could re-register in New York to vote for her father."
Trump's daughter had already been registered to vote in Philadelphia, while she was attending the University of Pennsylvania, and Conway said she told her she went through the process to change registrations and it was "very Byzantine and took a long time."
The president, while making his call for an investigation into voter fraud, mentioned the issue of people being registered in more than one state. Soon after, other associated with the president came up as being registered in multiple states, including his daughter, Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, and Treasury Secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin.
On Thursday, Conway said she had not talked to Bannon about the issue, but she could "guarantee, he didn't vote in two states."
According to the Sarasota County Supervisor of Elections in Florida, Bannon was removed from voting rolls there on Wednesday after the New York City Board of Elections made contact.
However, the "Today" show posted Trump's daughters voter registration information on its website, showing she remains active on both New York and Philadelphia rolls.
Conway, meanwhile, said she wants to know why NBC was "so excited" to cover when Green Party candidate Jill Stein called for an election recount, "which was completely bogus, and a sock to the taxpayers" because of claims of fraud.
Lauer noted that Trump said at the time there was no evidence of fraud, and the recount was not warranted.
"Jill Stein, Miss Woman of the People, ended up pocketing a lot of money for her endeavors," said Conway, denying that Trump's call for an investigation is an "ego trip."
"He is the leader of our democracy, and he wants to make sure that the undergrading hallmarks of our democracy, one person, one vote," said Conway. "I appreciate he's doing it without a campaign on the horizon."
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