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Secretaries of state weigh in on Trump’s lawsuits and claims of fraud

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President Trump continues to falsely claim he won the election and has filed lawsuits demanding some ballots be excluded and some recounted. If he won all the lawsuits still pending, would it be enough to change the outcome? NBC senior and investigative correspondent Cynthia McFadden spoke to state secretaries of state for In Depth TODAY.