It Didn't End On January 6th: Republican Election Fraud Conspiracies Persist : The NPR Politics Podcast In Nashville last week, Christian conservatives echoed Trump's claims about fraud after his speech at their conference. In Texas, the state GOP incorporated the idea that the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent into the party's new platform.

Sharply-partisan districts and an ever-more polarized public have drawn lawmakers like Rep. Elise Stefanik, once known for her moderate politics, to publicly promote the former president's attacks on the American democratic process.

This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, political correspondent Susan Davis, political reporter Ashley Lopez, and North Country Public radio reporter Zach Hirsch.

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It Didn't End On January 6th: Republican Election Fraud Conspiracies Persist

It Didn't End On January 6th: Republican Election Fraud Conspiracies Persist

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A cowboy hat with Stop the Steal on one side and Team Trump on the other is for sale next to Freedom Plaza where supporters of President Trump have gathered for a rally on January 5, 2021 in Washington, DC. Samuel Corum/Getty Images hide caption

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A cowboy hat with Stop the Steal on one side and Team Trump on the other is for sale next to Freedom Plaza where supporters of President Trump have gathered for a rally on January 5, 2021 in Washington, DC.

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In Nashville last week, Christian conservatives echoed Trump's claims about fraud after his speech at their conference. In Texas, the state GOP incorporated the idea that the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent into the party's new platform.

Sharply-partisan districts and an ever-more polarized public have drawn lawmakers like Rep. Elise Stefanik, once known for her moderate politics, to publicly promote the former president's attacks on the American democratic process.

Support the show and unlock sponsor-free listening with a subscription to The NPR Politics Podcast Plus. Learn more at plus.npr.org/politics

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