“In Arizona, Trump Boasts About His Wall and Repeats Unfounded Predictions of Voter Fraud”


He ratcheted up his usual predictions of fraud in the November election, made without any supporting evidence, by suggesting that mail-in ballots — which will be in more widespread use as Americans face limits on their movements because of the virus — were “a disaster for our country.”

He suggested at one point that mail carriers could be held up as they delivered ballots, which could then be counterfeited by enemies foreign and domestic.

“This will be, in my opinion, the most corrupt election in the history of our country,” the president said to the crowd, which booed at the mere mention of mailed ballots.


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