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Dominion Spox Confirms to MSNBC That Voting Company Has Drafted Letter for Trump

Dominion spokesperson confirms they have drafted a letter for Trump in case they add him to their $1.3billion defamation lawsuits

  • Michael Steel would not tell MSNBC’s Deadline: White House if they were suing President Trump outright 
  • When asked if Trump was getting a demand letter, Steel stated: ‘I believe so, yes’ 
  • Both Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, part of Trump’s failed legal team to challenge the results, have been named in separate lawsuits for $1.3billion 
  •  Steel slammed Trump for having ‘attacked a great American company’ and for undermining ‘the American people’s confidence in the democratic system’

Voter machine company Dominion has reportedly sent a letter to former President Donald Trump ordering him to preserve his records in case they pursue a lawsuit against him for his debunked claims of election fraud, a spokesman has said. 

Company spokesman Michael Steel would not tell MSNBC’s Deadline: White House if they were suing President Trump outright.

But he revealed letters would be sent to a ‘number of figures, right-wing media outlets, and others, and we’re making a decision on a case by case basis, building as we go.’

When asked if Trump was getting a letter, Steel stated: ‘I believe so, yes.’

Following his loss of the 2020 presidential election, Trump and his proxies went on a massive campaign promoting false claims of election fraud involving the company’s machines. 

Michael Steel would not tell MSNBC’s Deadline: White House if they were suing President Trump outright

When asked if Trump was getting a letter, Steel stated: 'I believe so, yes'

When asked if Trump was getting a letter, Steel stated: ‘I believe so, yes’

Steel slammed Trump and his followers for having ‘attacked a great American company’ and for undermining ‘the American people’s confidence in the democratic system.’ 

Both Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, part of Trump’s failed legal team to challenge the results, have been named in separate lawsuits for $1.3billion. 

The Dominion spokesperson said that the company felt ‘very good’ about the prospects of winning the cases, according to a clip of the interview obtained by Mediaite.  

 ‘I mean, we’re looking at serious charges. We have fairly conclusive — look at it this way,’ he added. ‘Rudy Giuliani went to every microphone available, every podium, every podcast, every cable news show, repeating these lies — but not in a court of law. 

Steel slammed Trump and his followers for having 'attacked a great American company' and for undermining 'the American people's confidence in the democratic system'

Steel slammed Trump and his followers for having ‘attacked a great American company’ and for undermining ‘the American people’s confidence in the democratic system’

A touchscreen voting machine is seen at a Fulton County polling station in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. October 13

A touchscreen voting machine is seen at a Fulton County polling station in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. October 13

‘That’s because lying in a court of law has consequences. That’s why we want to get them into a courtroom where there are consequences for lies and let the American people see the truth and our court system find justice.’

Steele stressed the importance in noting that Dominion is a ‘nonpartisan American company,’ adding that he had appeared on Fox News on behalf of the company. 

‘I actually have already appeared on Fox News as the spokesman for the company,’ Steel noted. ‘This is an important thing. This is a nonpartisan American company. It sells to elections officials in red states and blue states, red counties and blue counties. 

‘Because it uses a voter verified paper ballot in places like Georgia, we have been able to go back and audit and recount again and again. There is no way that this system could have been manipulated in the way that these folks are alleging, and we have to prove that to the American people, repair our reputation, and move forward.’ 

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