Trump Urges Supporters in N.C. To Illegally Vote Twice

In two appearances on Wednesday, the president suggested that people vote by mail and again in person, an illegal act under North Carolina law.
President Trump visited Wilmington, N.C., on Wednesday and urged supporters to try to vote in person after sending in a mail-in ballot — actions that would be both illegal and disruptive. Source: Melissa Sue Gerrits

Updated at 11 a.m. ET

President Trump, who has frequently criticized mail-in voting on Wednesday took his attacks on the process a step further, telling supporters in North Carolina they should try to vote twice — once by mail and once in person.

Such an action would be a felony under North Carolina law as is inducing someone to vote twice, warned Karen Brinson Bell, executive director

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