The Justice Department has not found any rampant voter fraud that could the presidential election results, according to U.S. Attorney General William Barr.

Barr's comments were released despite U.S. President Donald Trump's repeated statements of a rigged election.

Trump still refuses to concede his loss to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Barr said that U.S. attorneys and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been looking at particular complaints received.

However, they did not see any evidence that could change the election results.

"To date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election," Barr was quoted in an Associated Press News report.

The comments were directly coming from Barr, who has been known to be one of the president's strongest allies.

Prior to the Election Day, Barr has reiterated notions that mail-in voter fraud could be vulnerable to any fraud amid the COVID-19 pandemic as Americans are choosing to vote by mail.

Barr issued an order last month to U.S. attorneys across the country.

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The said directive allows them to follow any substantial claims of voting irregularities if they existed.

This was before this year's presidential election was certified.

The issued order allowed prosecutors to bend the Justice Department policy that usually bans such actions before the election is certified.

Soon after the memo was released, the Justice Department's top elections crime official said that he would be removed from the position.

Trump Campaign Allegations

The Trump campaign has been claiming a rampant conspiracy by Democrats to dump millions of illegal votes into the system without any substantial evidence.

The campaign is led by Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani.

The Trump campaign has also filed numerous lawsuits against some of key swing states, alleging that partisan poll watchers did not have a clear view at polling sites in some states.

Therefore, claiming that something illegal must have occurred.

The allegations have been dismissed by judges, including some Republican judges, ruling that the charges lacked evidence.

The lawsuits are all focusing on common problems experienced in every election such as problems with signatures, secrecy envelopes, as well as postal marks on mail-in ballots.

They have also requested federal proves into the said claims.

Attorney Sidney Powell has earlier created a story of election systems flipping votes.

Powell was then removed from the legal team after an interview she gave where she threatened Georgia with a "biblical" court filing.

Barr did not name Powell but he cited that there has been one claim of systemic fraud that alleged machines were programed essentially to alter election results.

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"And the DHS and DOJ have looked into that, and so far, we haven't seen anything to substantiate that," Barr was quoted.

Meanwhile, local Republicans in some battleground states have followed Trump in making baseless allegations.

Trump has been contesting the election in tweets and interviews despite his own administration saying that the 2020 election has been the most secure ever.