Bush administration official Karl Rove said the allegations that Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell have made about the 2020 election are “serious” and “strange” and must be proved in a court of law.
Mr. Rove, who served as a senior adviser to President George W. Bush, said the burden is on Mr. Giuliani and Ms. Powell to prove their allegations that there was a centralized plot of widespread voter fraud in Democrat-run cities and that the scheme involved late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, liberal billionaire George Soros and the Clinton Foundation.
“These are serious, I think somewhat strange, accusations, but serious and now both Mr. Giuliani and Ms. Powell have an obligation to go to court and prove them,” he said on Fox News. “They have an obligation to go to court and prove these or the American people will have every reason to question their credibility.”
Mr. Giuliani and Ms. Powell aired their allegations during a