The President’s final act of the campaign threatens to rock a surreal election at a destabilizing moment in history, with the US battling a once-in-a century public health crisis, a consequent economic slump and embroiled in an unresolved racial reckoning. But the massive turnout already and the potential of new records being set on Tuesday suggest voters are taking their civic duty extraordinarily seriously.
Trump told reporters that a Supreme Court decision allowing Pennsylvania to count mail-in votes that arrive up to three days after the election would lead to cheating at a “very high level” and was “very dangerous.” In a later tweet, tagged as possibly misleading by Twitter, Trump warned it could “induce violence in the streets.” At a rally in Wisconsin he claimed the decision could “put our country in danger.”
Trump’s insistence that the result of the election must be known on election night has no basis in…
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