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Tags: 2020 Elections | Coronavirus | Donald Trump | mail-in ballots | vote | absentee ballot | voter fraud

Trump Attacks Mail-In Ballots Again

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Mailed-in ballots sit in US Postal Service bins inside the office of the Stanislaus County Clerk on November 6, 2018 in Modesto, California. (Alex Edelman/Getty Images)

By    |   Friday, 10 July 2020 11:02 AM

President Donald Trump isn't done waging a war against mail-in ballots ahead of the presidential election. 

On Friday, the president alleged that mail-in ballot fraud is "found in many elections" on Twitter.

"People are just now seeing how bad, dishonest and slow it is," he wrote about mail-in voting. "Election results could be delayed for months. No more big election night answers?"

He then wrote that 1% of mail-in ballots were "not even counted in 2016. Ridiculous!"

Trump added that mail-in ballots are "Just a formula for RIGGING an Election...."

In a second tweet on the topic of voting, he defended absentee ballots.

"Absentee Ballots are fine because you have to go through a precise process to get your voting privilege," he said.

He said that isn't the case with mail-in ballots and then said there will be a "Rigged Election" with "20% fraudulent ballots?" if mail-in voting takes place. 

Trump has vehemently opposed mail-in ballots even though officials are pushing for expanded voter options amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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President Donald Trump isn't done waging a war against mail-in ballots ahead of the presidential election. On Friday, the president alleged that mail-in ballot fraud is "found in many elections" on Twitter. "People are just now seeing how bad, dishonest and slow it is," he...
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