This story in Dispatch is by Joey Garrison USA TODAY:
President Donald Trump delivered a new line of attack Monday in his crusade against expanded mail-in voting during the November election, warning without evidence that it could lead to “foreign countries” printing ballots to undermine results.
Voting experts and election officials swiftly disputed the claim, characterizing the warning as a bogus conspiracy and pointing to safeguards that states use to protect the authenticity of absentee ballots and envelopes.
In all caps, Trump tweeted: “RIGGED 2020 ELECTION: MILLIONS OF MAIL-IN BALLOTS WILL BE PRINTED BY FOREIGN COUNTRIES, AND OTHERS. IT WILL BE THE SCANDAL OF OUR TIMES!”
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