White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is registered to vote in two states, The Guardian reported Wednesday. 

Registering in two states is not against the law, but it was mentioned in a tweet from President Trump this morning in which he called for a "major investigation" into voter fraud. 

In recent days, Trump has repeated his belief that millions of illegal votes were cast in November's election. 

The Guardian reported last year that Bannon was registered to vote in Florida at a vacant residence where his ex-wife used to live. He subsequently registered to vote in New York, where he cast his ballot. 

Bannon reportedly remained registered to vote in Florida at the address of a friend, but didn't vote in the state. 


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