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Trump Lied Constantly About Mail-In Voting During Virus Briefing

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Subscribe now for more from the authority on music, entertainment, politics and pop culture.Plus, get a limited-edition tote FREE.Newsletter SignupSign up for our newsletter and go inside the world of music, culture and entertainment.After being teed-up by a question from the president’s favorite propaganda network, Trump gave an incoherent, lie-filled answer that seemingly went on for days During Monday’s coronavirus briefing President Trump called on an ally from his favorite propaganda network, OAN, to serve him up a softball question on a topic that the president consistently lies about: mail-in voting.After Trump specifically pointed towards OAN’s Chanel Rion, making sure he promoted the network that trolls in conspiracy theories by saying its call letters aloud, Rion then asked the president if he would issue an executive order regarding mail-in ballots. And if you look at the New York congressional race, which is a disaster, Carolyn, it’s been a total disaster,” Trump said.Trump went on and on about local congressional races, claiming that mail-in voting in those states was a “disaster” and a “disgrace.” But mostly the president made very little sense.“Now, you’re talking about like Nevada, where last two nights ago, they went out in the darkness of night without people, without having any meetings of the public, without having anything,” Trump said.The president continued, “They approved the ridiculous. I mean, the mail-in ballots, if you look at just some of the small, the small places, the small races, congressional race in New York should be very easy.— Josh Billinson (@jbillinson) August 3, 2020The bottom line is: the president is looking to suppress the vote—a long Republican tradition—and to cast doubt on the coming election in case he loses.According to The New York Times and numerous other publications including this one, Trump’s claims about mail-in voting fraud are false.

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