Trump Campaign Head Faces New Voter Fraud Allegations

Former Breitbart chairman and current Donald Trump campaign head Stephen Bannon is facing his second allegation of voter fraud in one day. Shortly after it was revealed that Bannon was registered to vote in a vacant Florida home where he did not live, Bannon changed his registration to claim that he lived in the Florida home of Breitbart reporter Andy Badolato, the Guardian reports. Bannon conducts most of his business in New York and Washington, D.C. Florida residents must list their legal address in voter registration, or face a felony charge and up to five years in prison or a $5,000 fine.