The big fraud of 2020 didn't take place in any voting booth, drop box or tabulation center. It happened after the election, at the presidential lectern, at news conferences and in legal briefs orchestrated to support the fiction that Donald Trump won. History will record that the scam didn't succeed. — George Conway, a conservative lawyer and husband to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway
The big fraud of 2020 didn't take place in any voting booth, drop box or tabulation center. It happened after the election, at the presidential lectern, at news conferences and in legal briefs orchestrated to support the fiction that Donald Trump won. History will record that the scam didn't succeed. — George Conway, a conservative lawyer and husband to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway
George Conway writes op-ed calling Trump's effort to overturn the election the true 'big fraud' of 2020
  • Conservative attorney George Conway in a new op-ed ripped into President Donald Trump and his Republican allies over their efforts to invalidate millions of votes and overturn the election.
  • "History will record that the scam didn't succeed," Conway wrote, describing the latest suit out of Texas as an "embarrassment to the legal profession."
  • Trump and his GOP allies have won zero out of the at least 38 election-related lawsuits they've filed.
  • The president has repeatedly pushed the baseless assertion that President-elect Joe Biden won due to mass voter fraud.
Conway, a conservative lawyer and husband to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, described the overwhelmingly failed legal battle to challenge the election results as "the biggest farce of all."

"The big fraud of 2020 didn't take place in any voting booth, drop box or tabulation center. It happened after the election, at the presidential lectern, at news conferences and in legal briefs orchestrated to support the fiction that Donald Trump won," Conway wrote, adding, "History will record that the scam didn't succeed."

Trump has baselessly claimed the election was "rigged" against him and that President-elect Joe Biden won due to mass voter fraud. No evidence has emerged to support Trump's assertions.