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President Trump claimed during the presidential debate on Tuesday that use of mail-in ballots will lead to a “rigged election” in November.
Trump has repeatedly warned that the reliance on voting by mail to prevent the spread of coronavirus will allow for rampant fraud and will delay the announcement of the election results.
For the final question of the debate, moderator Chris Wallace asked Trump and Joe Biden if they would commit to accepting the results of the November election.
“I hope it’s going to be a fair election. If it’s a fair election, I’m a hundred percent on board,” Trump said. “But if I see tens of thousands of ballots being manipulated, I can’t go along with that.”
After a back-and-forth with Wallace, Trump added, “I’ll tell you what that means: it means you have a fraudulent election.”
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