Trump keeps banging mail-ballot drum in final race for ...


Trump keeps banging mail-ballot drum in final race for battleground states

Trump reiterates frustration over delayed vote count, as Biden reassures voters the president won’t 'steal' the election

Steve Holland and Trevor Hunnicutt

President Donald Trump cast doubt on the integrity of the US election again on Sunday, saying a vote count that stretched past election day would be a “terrible thing” and suggesting his lawyers might get involved.

With two days to go until Tuesday’s election and trailing Democratic rival Joe Biden in opinion polls, Trump raced through battleground states in a late hunt for support, while Biden implored attendees at two rallies in the pivotal state of Pennsylvania to get out and vote.

Americans have rushed to vote early, already casting nearly 60 million mail-in ballots that could take days or weeks to be counted in some states – meaning a winner might not be declared in the hours after polls close on Tuesday night...

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