President Trump kicked off the first formal meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity on Wednesday by promising to extract voter data from states so far unwilling to provide it to the panel and questioning why those states have chosen to withhold the information.
"If any state does not want to share this information, one has to wonder what they're worried about," Trump said before the commission convened its meeting on Wednesday. "There's something, there always is."
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, the commission's co-chairman, has faced resistance from more than a dozen states in his efforts to collect data on registered voters for use in the administration's investigation.
"All of that information will be forthcoming," Trump said of the states that have so far rebuffed Kobach's request.
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