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Gregg Phillips, who many believe is the source for President Donald Trump's claims of voter fraud, speaks to CNN's Chris Cuomo Friday, Jan. 27, 2017. (Image source: Twitter)

Gregg Phillips, the man many assume sent a Tweet that prompted President Donald Trump to make declarations of massive voter fraud in the 2016 elections, spoke to CNN's "New Day" Friday morning and continued to assert that he has proof of 3 million illegal votes and that he will share it "when the time is right."

Phillips told host Chris Cuomo that he and his fact checkers — who have been linked to True the Vote, a Tea Party group whose organizer was among those targeted by the IRS — has amassed a database of 189 million voting records that has been augmented with geocoding, residency, felon status, citizenship and identity information. He said he will release the raw data, methodology and conclusions to the public as soon as he finishes checking to ensure it's verified.

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