The acting secretary of said Sunday that he does not have the authority to send agents to guard polling places in November, contradicting recent statements by President .

“We don’t have any authority to do that at the department,” acting secretary  told  on “State of the Union.”

Trump told Thursday that he plans to send “everybody” — including law enforcement officials and “hopefully U.S. attorneys” — to polling places to guard against voter fraud, an issue he has repeatedly raised despite a lack of evidence that such fraud is widespread.

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