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Legendary singer Barbra Streisand isn't sold on President Trump's 2016 election win, claiming in a new interview that voting machines were tampered with. 

"I really believe [Hillary Clinton] won the election,” Streisand told Variety.

"I’ve talked to senators from Michigan and Wisconsin. I do believe, like I believed during Bush, they were playing with those voter machines," she added, referring to George W. Bush's wins in 2000 and 2004. 

The 75-year-old songwriter and actress also blamed President Trump for partially causing the Feb. 14 massacre at a Florida high school, linking it to Trump political rallies. 

"I think even that shooter was affected because Trump brings out the violence in people. He says, 'It’s OK — rally, lock her up.'"

Tucker Carlson and Joe Concha discussed the new comments, with Carlson wondering how Streisand explains Barack Obama's victories in 2008 and 2012. 

"Apparently the 'riggers' took a break for Obama," said Carlson.

Concha wondered why the Variety writer did not follow up on Streisand's explosive claim with one of the three Democratic senators from Michigan and Wisconsin that Streisand claims to have spoken with about the election interference.

Carlson pointed out that if an actor or actress expresses pro-Trump views, they are "hounded by Politifact as if [they are] running for office," while people on the left like Streisand can say whatever they want. 

Streisand also made headlines this week for revealing in the same interview that she cloned her dog twice.

Watch the discussion above.

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