A delay in U.S. 2020 election results does not mean fraud

Clay Curtis
August 2, 2020

Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. That prompted criticism from the co-founder of the Federalist Society. However, he now thinks the President's tweet on Thursday criticising mail-in voting and bringing up the idea of postponing the election day has crossed the line.

"Until recently, I had taken as political hyperbole the Democrats' assertion that President Trump is fascist", Calabresi wrote in an op-ed to the New York Times that was published Thursday.

"The suggestion that it was impeachable is nearly as absurd as the tweet", McCarthy said.

The briefing highlighted the regular clash of views on election security between Trump and the administration's top officials charged with keeping the November vote secure, both in public and in classified briefings. "It will be a great embarrassment to the U.S.", the president intoned on Twitter.

Trump's allegations that mail-in voting leads to increased fraud are unsubstantiated. Increasingly, Americans believe that the mail-in voting will encourage many more to vote due to their fears of Covid-19 and its aftermath.

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When Trump known as off the general public components of the convention in Florida previous thirty day period, citing spiking instances of the virus throughout the country, 336 delegates are scheduled to acquire in Charlotte, North Carolina, on August 24 to formally vote to make Trump the GOP normal-bearer the moment more.

Mr Calabresi has been adamant that the election should still go ahead this year, despite COVID-19. No president, Democrat or Republican, has ever done so, not even during wars and economic depressions. "Doing so would be illegal, unconstitutional and without precedent in American history", Calabresi warned. Election Day was fixed by a federal law passed in 1845, and the US Constitution in the 20 Amendment specifies that the newly elected Congress should meet on January 3, 2021, and that the terms of the president and vice president end on January 20, 2021.

"I don't believe that the president is losing significant support from Republicans", Reeves said.

He added: "Anyone who says otherwise should never be elected to Congress again". Shifting Election Day is also virtually impossible for Trump on his own: The date, the Tuesday after the first Monday in November in every fourth year, is enshrined in federal law and would require an act of Congress to change.

He made this remark during a television interview. Trump and many conservatives, however, have been vocal in their opposition to the trend, alleging it will lead to greater election irregularities and fraud.

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