(C) Reuters. U.S. President Trump holds a COVID-19 pandemic briefing at the White House in Washington
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday that he has the right to issue an executive order on mail-in voting but hasn’t gotten to it yet, and he vowed to sue Nevada over a new law that would send mail-in ballots to every voter ahead of the November presidential election.
The remarks come as Trump has sought to stoke fears of voter fraud stemming from mail-in balloting, an option that some states see as a useful way to allow citizens to vote amid the surging coronavirus pandemic.
Trump says he can issue order on mail-in voting but hasn’t gotten to it
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