Trump Falsely Claims Election Results “May Never Be Accurately Determined”

Trump's law and order message flops in new poll

Donald Trump has claimed the results of November’s election could never be known. The comments come amid his ongoing attacks on mail-in ballots and bad poll numbers.

The President took to Twitter on Thursday to make false claims about what he’s deemed “unsolicited ballots” and suggest many ballots will be sent to people who aren’t even eligible to vote. read more

North Carolina Election Official Suggests Trump Committed a Felony By Telling People to Vote Twice

An election official in North Carolina has suggested that Donald Trump could be investigated for potentially committing a felony after he said voters in the state should cast their ballots twice.

Gerry Cohen is a member of the Wake County Board of Elections. He took to Twitter on Thursday to explain North Carolina law and answered some questions from other users. read more

Trump Suggests Re-Running the Election Over Mail-In Ballots: “They’ll Have To Do It Again”

Trump proclaims himself the best president for black Americans since Lincoln

Donald Trump has claimed the presidential election may have to be re-run because of mail-in ballots. The President again repeated the false claim about voter fraud.

At a press conference announcing a pardon for Susan B. Anthony, Trump was asked about mail-in-voting. He responded by attacking the Democrats and questioning the legitimacy of the upcoming election. read more

Trump Accuses Nevada of “Coup”, Threatens to Sue to Stop Mail-In Voting

Trump says he's taking Hydroxychloroquine

Donald Trump has threatened to sue the state of Nevada to prevent the extension of mail-in voting in the state. In an early morning tweet, the President accused the governor of a coup.

Nevada approved legislation on Sunday that will automatically send mail-in ballots to all voters in the state – something several other states already do. Governor Stephen Sisolak will sign the new measure. He is a Democrat. read more

Republicans Are Worried Trump’s Attacks on Mail-In Ballots Will Hurt Their Election Chances

Some Republicans are concerned that Donald Trump’s attacks on mail-in ballots have been too successful and could end up hurting the party in November’s elections.

Trump has repeatedly attacked vote-by-mail and claimed that it’s open to massive voter fraud, including by hostile foreign actors. There is no evidence of this, but his claims seem to be having a real effect on potential GOP voters. read more