President Trump's campaign has ended a "voter fraud" hotline it established last week so people could report alleged instances of fraud after it was flooded with prank calls.
The campaign went as far as to set up an entire conference room that was dedicated to the hotline where staff took calls, but sources said it was mostly spam or calls from people mocking the hotline, given the number was posted online.
It's now been changed to a website where people can submit instances of alleged fraud via a web form, a campaign official says.
Remember: There has been no evidence of widespread voting fraud despite Trump's claims. The President has launched a series of legal challenges to the results and has not yet conceded to President-elect Joe Biden, despite the fact that major new organizations, including CNN, last week projected Biden will win the election.