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Trump slams Nevada bill expanding mail in voting

Trump slams Nevada bill expanding mail in voting

United States President Donald Trump on Monday said that he would challenge a bill which was approved on Sunday by the legislature of Nevada that seeks to expand mail in voting for the November elections. The President criticized the Governor of Nevada, Steve Sisolak, and accused him of trying to ’steal’ the election in order to make it ’impossible’ for Republicans to win the state.

Tom A
Tom A
Emperor Tito
Emperor Tito 1 months

All the evidence has shown that mail in voting is not reliable at all. The same left that constantly says the words “science”, “truth” and “facts” have completely abandoned it in this situation becuase they want to cheat.

Matthew
Matthew 1 months

I'm not a trump fan at all, but I am not sure how I feel about mail in ballots. It could be useful in these times where there are few poll workers, but in the long run I can see how it is a bad idea.

Clint
Clint 1 months

Trump clearly states the reason why he is against mail in ballots, it makes it easier to vote and, due to the increase in voter accessibility, Republicans no longer are able to benefit from traditional means of voter disenfranchisement such as limiting polling locations. Voters also have a chance to research each candidate and issue in detail while voting, which can give a different result due to voter knowledge.

J
J 1 months

Of course, Republicans don't have a leg to stand on so they need to restort to voter suppression and gerrymandering to win anything

Independent
Independent 1 months

So is he saying that all the service members and elderly who have voted absentee all these decades are cheaters? Oh and don't forget TRUMP has voted that way. Shameless hypocrite.

Charles
Charles 1 months

Guess he will kill the US Postal Service there next. Got to keep the loonies/enemy on the path.

Poppy
Poppy 1 months

Well, he has said that the results are fraudulent.

Scott Hallinan
Scott Hallinan 1 months

Yeah let's just forget that states rights thing Republicans supposedly believe in right?

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