The Trump campaign hotline has been established to collect reports on so-called voter fraud, but hoax calls flood the hotline.
According to ABC News, the trend of hoax hotlines began on social media networks such as TikTok and Twitter.
Campaigners who called the hotline reported that after receiving the call, people laughed at Trump’s loss before hanging up. Some hotline staff also received “disturbing, unsolicited adult information” confirming the report.
In response, Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump took to his Twitter account and wrote that the Democratic Party is responsible for spamming the hotline in a bid “to bog down the thousands of complaints we are receiving! Wonder what they have to hide.”