Donald Trump has called for the 2020 Presidential elections to be postponed

The President has said that increased postal voting could lead to voter fraud.

President Donald Trump has called for the 2020 presidential elections to be postponed.

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He has stated that an increase in postal voting due to coronavirus would lead to fraud and inaccurate results, reports the BBC.

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Mr Trump has long claimed that postal votes increase the chance of fraud, although there is very little evidence to support this claim.

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Donald Trump has called for the 2020 Presidential elections to be postponed

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