Recently, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) attacked President Donald Trump for expressing concern over the dangers of vote-by-mail and claimed that fraud is unlikely.
According to Breitbart, Durbin stated, “I think the turnout is going to be substantial. The president can basically say what he wishes about voting by mail, which he does himself personally, incidentally. But the bottom line is if the post office does its job, if we provide some help from Washington to the election officials to pay for postage and the like, we can have an election that really represents the feelings across this country.”
“The president can try to talk down the results or say he’ll reject the results but the American people have the last word on November 3,” he said.
CNN’s Alisyn Camerota then asked, “Is the post office doing its job?”
“Not enough,” Durbin responded.
Adding, “We’ve got to get the postal service up to the standard where they can do their job and do it effectively. I’m proud of our postal workers across America, but they’ve had a hand tied around their back with this new leadership.”
You can watch a clip of Durbin’s comments here.