A member of President Donald Trump's legal team said an "independent team" took part in a forensic audit of voting machines and equipment in Michigan's Antrim County—which was flagged last month by GOP officials as having switched 6,000 votes from Trump to Joe Biden before it was reportedly corrected.
"This is really important ... because we have an independent team that is there that has gotten all of this imaging, and they spent about eight hours yesterday doing that forensic audit. We anticipate having the results by tomorrow," Ellis told Fox host Charles Payne on Monday afternoon.
Ellis did not elaborate on the "independent team" in question. On Sunday, she told Fox News that Trump's team gained access to the machines.
Officials with Antrim County have not responded to a request for comment.
"This is incredibly important to the election integrity effort as a whole because this isn't just the Trump campaign that's interested in having answers to these machines," she added, while asking: "Were they connected to Wi-Fi? Why did these so-called glitches happen? What really is the system that is behind all of this?"
Allied Security Operations is a group allied with Trump's legal team, according to MLive.
“Transparency in this and all of our work has always been a top priority for us,” Guy told The Associated Press over the weekend.
"Americans need to understand the security of election systems involves a multi-layered defensive strategy, and the ballot tabulators are only one small piece of the entire process," Dominion's Eric Coomer wrote for the Denver Post. "Every Dominion system creates a durable, voter-verifiable, paper record of the cast votes, which is the official record."