The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has assured that postal voting would make it easier to set the November elections to the point that the foreign powers could print “millions” of ballots that could affect the outcome.
Trump, who has spoken out against this system on several occasions and has proposed an alternative to voting at the ballot box to avoid being infected with coronavirus, has predicted that it will be “the scandal of our time” if it is implemented. “The foreign powers and others will print millions of ballots,” he warned on Twitter.
The president also shares an interview with Attorney General William Barr, who also pointed out in Fox News on Sunday that a poll by post “opens the locks for fraud completely,” although there is no evidence to support this suspicion.
A previous message from Trump about voting via email on Twitter has already prompted the social network to include a note to make it easier to review this information.