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Trump campaign ends ‘voter fraud hotline,’ downsizes staff

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(ABC News) - After a week of Trump campaign staffers answering a "voter fraud hotline" as Trump's team continues to search for evidence of voter fraud, the number is no longer operational, and the campaign is now directing people to its online form instead, multiple sources tell ABC News.

As ABC News reported, that hotline was getting flooded with prank calls, and lewd images were being sent through the online form set up to collect voter fraud claims.

The news comes as the Trump campaign is significantly downsizing staff starting next week with only a small number of staffers receiving an extension through the end of the month, multiple sources said.

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