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- President Donald Trump appeared to incorrectly suggest that buying cereal requires shoppers to present identification — and therefore should do so when voting.
- Buying cereal does not require ID.
- Trump made the comments as part of his latest vendetta against voter fraud and “illegal voting,” though he provided no evidence that either occurred during the 2018 midterm elections.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday appeared to wrongly suggest that buying cereal requires shoppers to present identification cards, in his latest push for more stringent voter ID laws.
- Trump attacked the legitimacy of the midterms the same way his own officials warned Russia would
- US voter turnout was way up in the 2018 midterms, but it still lags behind most developed countries’
- Tensions flare as candidates accuse each other of ballot tampering and "foul play" in a close California congressional race