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US 2020 Election: Trump Calls Mail-In Voting A ‘Scam’

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US President, Donald Trump, has called mail-in voting a “scam” during a press conference on Friday, September 17, blasting the voting system in which states send mail-in ballots directly to voters due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

More than half of all Americans are expected to vote through the mail this presidential election, though over 40 percent of Americans voted by mail in the 2016 and 2012 general elections, according to the Election Assistance Commission.

Several states, including Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, and Washington, automatically send out mail-in ballots to all state residents for the general election.

But due to the Coronavirus pandemic, California, Nevada, New Jersey, Vermont, and Washington D.C. will automatically mail out ballots to all residents for the 2020 election.

“They’re sending out tens of millions of ballots to everybody, people that didn’t expect them. People are getting inundated with ballots, they’ll be showered with ballots,” Trump said Friday.

“Everybody in this room knows it’s a scam,” the president continued, gesturing to the White House press pool. “They are never going to be able to count them.”

It’s a disaster, everyone knows it,” Trump told reporters before adding that the U.S. Postal Service was not to blame for the 2020 primary election mishaps, when hundreds of thousands of ballots went uncounted .

“Where are these ballots going? Who’s sending them? Who’s signing them?” Trump asked, attempting to show why he thinks voting through the mail is insecure.

“I think it’s going to be a terrible time for this country and we are counting on federal judges to do a great constitutional job.”

Recently, Trump cynically stated that 80 million Americans would receive mail-in ballots as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, a figure he alleges will invalidate the 2020 election results.

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Prez Nana Addo Explains The Meaning Of “Fellow Ghanaians” | WATCH

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President Akufo Addo has explained why he addresses Ghanaians as “fellow Ghanaians” whenever he has the opportunity to speak to the nation.

As monitored by KUBILIVE, during an interview with Paul Adom Otchere on Metro TV’s Good Evening Ghana, the first gentleman of the land said, “Fellow Ghanaians” has always been the way and style he greets Ghanaians.

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I Would Have Legalized Internet Fraud If I Were To Be An African President : Ibrah One

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Ibrah One in a post on social media has disclosed what he would have done in his term of office if he were to be an African President.

According to the Young Ghanaian millionaire, Ibrahim Dauda, famed as Ibrah One, his number one priority will be for him to legalize internet fraud.

[Internet fraud is the use of Internet services or software with Internet access to defraud victims or to otherwise take advantage of them]

This flagship policy by Ibra One in agreement with his statements is due to the fact he thinks white people are stupid and greedy and thus must be scammed.

His initiative, if he were an African President will seek to level the gap between those at the top and the ordinary citizen.

Again, the controversial toff pointed out that here in Ghana, there are some top politicians who are more fraudsters than the young guys who are into the internet fraud business.

Furthermore, Ibrahim Dauda revealed that he has dealt with almost all the big banks in Ghana.

Sharing this information to the public, Ibra One wrote; ”If I were to be an African president, I would have legalized international fraud, because white people are stupid and greedy.

Some top politicians are into fraud more than the young boys in Ghana. I have dealt with almost all the big banks in Ghana”.

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US 2020: Lil Wayne Endorses Donald Trump After White House Meeting Few Days To Election

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Grammy award-winning rapper, Lil Wayne, has publicly endorsed US president, Donald Trump, few days to the US presidential election, after reportedly having a meeting with the US leader in the White House.

Late on Thursday night, October 29, Lil Wayne tweeted a photo of himself standing beside the US President, seemingly endorsing Trump and his “Platinum Plan” to create wealth and prosperity in the Black community over the next four years.

“Just had a great meeting with @realdonaldtrump @potus besides what he’s done so far with criminal reform, the platinum plan is going to give the community real ownership. He listened to what we had to say today and assured he will and can get it done. .”

In the photo uploaded by the rapper, the two stand next to each other giving thumbs-up signs.

Lil Wayne is the latest in a surprisingly long line of black rappers who’ve extended an olive branch to Trump. Kanye West, 50 cent and even recently, Ice Cube – revealed he’s been working with Trump on the aforementioned “Platinum Plan” and his own “Contract For Black America”.

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