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President Donald Trump cruised on caps lock in a tweet to fuel his unfounded allegations that “MAIL-IN VOTING WILL LEAD TO MASSIVE FRAUD AND ABUSE.”
“IT WILL ALSO LEAD TO THE END OF OUR GREAT REPUBLICAN PARTY,” Trump claimed.
Despite the Trump administration’s alarming characterization of voter and mail-in voting fraud, real-life cases have been scant.
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President Donald Trump cruised on caps lock in a tweet on Thursday evening to fuel his unfounded allegations that “MAIL-IN VOTING WILL LEAD TO MASSIVE FRAUD AND ABUSE.”

In his tweet, Trump exclaimed that voting by mail would contribute to the demise of the Republican Party and become a boon for Democrats, despite evidence to the contrary.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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