Donald Trump has admitted that he is deliberately trying to scupper the possibility of absentee votes for the u.s. elections.
he does hold the money back from the u.s. postal service. Money, they will need to be able to handle brevstemmerne when selecting a new president in novemer.
he said Thursday morning, american time on Fox Business, writes several media outlets, including the AP and CNN.
There is an extra funding of 25 billion dollars to the post office, and 3.5 billion dollars for the presidential elections, that can be used to finance the postal votes.
- They need the money for that postal networks can operate and can handle all of the millions and millions of ballot papers, says Donald Trump.
If they don't got the money, it will mean: 'you can't have universal mail-in voting, because they are not prepared for it'.
Just exactly postal voting is something Donald Trump has criticized for months.
concretely, the langer he, especially after the so-called universal mail-in system.
Universal mail-in system, where people will be able to cast their vote through the mail without any special approval. The reason is that there is a fear that the spread of coronavirus, if everyone is to meet up in person.
Donald Trump claims that brevstemmerne opens the possibility for massive fraud, and he believes the election results by brevstemmerne will be the most inaccurate and deceitful in the story.
It is, however, no evidence to say.
Trumps announcement face criticism on social media, where he is accused of depriving americans of their fundamental right to vote in the coronapandemien.
'Trump has this morning admitted that he is sabotaging the post office to prevent people to vote safely by post under a deadly pandemic', writes Hillary Clinton, who was Donald Trumps biggest competitor at the last us presidential election.
'Trump trying deliberately to sabotage it (the u.s. postal service, red.) in order to win an election. It is just another example of how Trump thinks he is above the law', writes David Cicilline, who sits in the konkressen for Rhode Island.