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Trump sees the lengthening of postal voting as the greatest threat to his re-election

June 19, 2020

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, has recognized that the expansion of postal votes is the greatest threat to his reelection in the November elections, as he opens the door to massive electoral fraud and has urged the Republicans to defend the party to realize current demands for its blockade.

President Trump has been reporting for months that postal voting is not a reliable system and can lead to fraud. In contrast, his critics assert that Trump has never been able to demonstrate these allegations and is afraid of this system because it makes voting easier for minorities, traditionally in favor of the democratic opposition.

“The biggest risk is that we won’t win lawsuits. We have many pending lawsuits, and if we don’t win them, we risk losing the election,” Trump said in an interview with Politico news portal.

Trump sees the lengthening of postal voting as the greatest threat to his re-electionTrump sees the lengthening of postal voting as the greatest threat to his re-election

Trump directly refused to answer whether he would acknowledge his defeat in this scenario because his 2016 election rival, Hillary Clinton, declined. “Hillary kept saying that she would acknowledge her defeat and never did,” Trump said.