As less than 6 months left for Presidential elections, US President Donald Trump took to Twitter to slam the idea of holding elections through Mail-in ballots.
Termed it as “greatest rigged elections in history,” he said this could give a change to people to commit forgeries and to “force” people to sign.
He further warned that people might even forge names of those absent. In his tweet, the American leader also accused his opponents of using COVID-19 for the “scam”.
It is in response to a survey that comes last month with insinuation that around 70 per cent of Americans preferred voting by mail. Out of the total, while, nearly 52 per cent favoured conducting all elections by mails.
Marking another development of the US presidential race, Former Senate aide Tara Reade, who has accused Joe Biden of sexual assault, called on the former Vice President to withdraw from the 2020 presidential race earlier this month.
In an interview with American journalist Megyn Kelly, Reade urged the presumptive Democratic nominee for presidential elections to “step forward and be held accountable.”