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Trump Vows To Station Law Enforcement At Polling Sites On Election Day

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Trump Vows To Station Law Enforcement At Polling Sites On Election Day

Twitter said it plans to treat the U.S. election period as lasting until after the January inauguration, keeping in mind that the vote count is expected to take longer than usual due to the pandemic. "We're going to have sheriffs and law enforcement and we're going to have, hopefully, USA attorneys, and we're going to have everybody, and attorney generals, but it's very hard".

Slamming President Donald Trump's gasp-inducing response to the now 175,000 Americans who died from the coronavirus, Hillary Clinton Wednesday night will tell Americans of the current occupant of the Oval Office, "he is who he is".

As Trump has watched his poll numbers slide, he has increasingly argued, without evidence, that the November election is at risk of being derailed by fraud.

President Trump is already casting doubt on whether the election will be "rigged".

Maddow - who said at the outset she generally doesn't like talking about cable news wars - reviewed how Stelter's book details a lot of what Trump tweets about regularly comes from Fox News, even from just chyrons. It has been conducted by both parties, depending on individual states.

This primarily includes attempts by the Trump campaign to use Facebook's platform to falsely claim that the president won reelection, or to claim that the Postal Service lost a large quantity of mail-in ballots. He then accused Democrats of their interest in Mail-In ballots.

"It's hard to imagine the president at 40 percent approval were it not for these people on Fox", Stelter said, "who - I'm sorry, Rachel, I don't like to talk this way - they're lying about him every day".

"They may send them to all Democrat areas, not to the Republican areas as an example", Mr. Trump added. "It's a very serious problem", Trump said, predicting "This will be the most fraudulent election in USA history".

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