The United States President Donald Trump reiterated on Thursday he is against mail-in voting insisting that people can also physically go and vote in November’s presidential elections. “They did it in World War I and II, it’s nothing wrong to go out and vote,” he said.
He added that Democrats “now want $3.5 billion for election money basically, for mail-in ballots. They want $25 billion for post office so they can take on millions and millions of ballots. Dead people were voting in Virginia. This is one of the aspects of why the stimulus is held back.”
Trump accused California of sending tens of millions of ballots saying they intend to challenge it in court. “This will be the biggest fraud in history, almost as Obama’s spying on my campaign, he stated adding that in California there were over a million votes in Los Angeles where people over 100 years old were voting. It is ridiculous.”