President Donald Trump attacked voting by mail in a White House briefing on Monday.
Trump was asked a question on the topic by a reporter for the far-right cable news network OANN.
Trump threatened an executive order against mail-in voting, but did not provide specifics.
The President says he has a right to issue an executive order on mail-in voting https://t.co/SXvTveV8NA— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn Torabi)1596497245.0
Mary Trump, the president's psychologist niece who wrote the bestselling book Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, had three key questions:
Has any reasonable American ever --doubted the validity of mail-in ballots? --questioned the value of the postal s… https://t.co/06Jrh5dr4i— Mary L Trump (@Mary L Trump)1596496268.0
Read a transcript of Trump's briefing:
"Are you considering at any point an executive order concerning mail ballots?" Basically "yes, and"-ing the preside… https://t.co/X93m2qd9sL— Dave Weigel (@Dave Weigel)1596499765.0