Trump Slams ‘Mail-In-Voting’ & Asks If We Should ‘Delay The Election Until People Can Properly, Securely & Safely Vote???”

President Donald Trump took to Twitter Thursday, slamming “mail-in-voting” and questioned whether we should “delay the election until people can properly, securely and safely vote”, amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

It should be noted that the president has no authority to determine when the general election takes place. The Constitution expressly grants that power to Congress, which could delay the voting with approval from both chambers, yet that has never happened, the Daily Caller reported.

“With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history. It will be a great embarrassment to the USA. Delay the Election until people can properly, securely and safely vote???” the Commander in Chief asked.

In an earlier tweet on Thursday, the president also characterized mail-in-voting as a “catastrophic disaster”.

“Mail-In Voting is already proving to be a catastrophic disaster. Even testing areas are way off. The Dems talk of foreign influence in voting, but they know that Mail-In Voting is an easy way for foreign countries to enter the race. Even beyond that, there’s no accurate count!” he expressed.

On Wednesday the president also wrote: “New York Mail-In voting is in a disastrous state of condition. Votes from many weeks ago are missing – a total mess. They have no idea what is going on. Rigged Election. I told you so. Same thing would happen, but on massive scale, with USA. Fake News refuses to report!” Video Below

The Commander in Chief also tweeted a video on Wednesday regarding concerns over mail-in voting, showing an experiment that was conducted by a local news station.

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The president told a group of reporters gathered Monday at the FujiFilm Diosynth Biotechnologies facility in North Carolina that his campaign’s internal polling showed him leading Biden in most battleground states.

“We’re leading in North Carolina. We’re leading in Pennsylvania. We’re leading in Arizona,” the president stated. “We’re leading nicely in Florida. I think our poll numbers are very good. We’re leading substantially in Georgia.”

“Four years ago, I was losing everywhere. I had poll numbers where I wasn’t going to win any state, and I ended up winning every one of them,” he continued. “You know the swing states, I wasn’t going to win any of them and I won all of them.”

(Related: Wallace To Trump: “I’m Not Saying You’re Going To Lose… But If You Did, How Crushing Would It Be?”)