Trump agrees with Mike Lindell that voting machines should be 'melted down' and used for 'prison bars'

Former president Donald Trump is getting behind MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's proposal to "melt down" voting machines from the 2020 election and use the metal for "prison bars."

"In closing, back to the election of 2020, I want to thank you, and everyone does, for standing firm on that, because anyone that moves on from that, then you're saying you're OK with that," Lindell said during an interview that aired on his website Tuesday night, referring to Trump's false claims of widespread election fraud.

"And you've given strength to millions of people that are behind you, and we're going to — I've said we're going to melt down the machines and use them into for prison bars," Lindell told Trump.

"That's very interesting," Trump responded. "That's a very good idea."

Lindell first suggested melting down voting voting machines in a recent interview with Insider, about a defamation lawsuit filed against him by Dominion Voting Systems.

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Trump and Lindell agree that we should melt down voting machines