Trump warns of voter fraud: People are going to vote 10 times
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Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpGillibrand backs federal classification of third gender: report Former Carter pollster, Bannon ally Patrick Caddell dies at 68 Heather Nauert withdraws her name from consideration for UN Ambassador job MORE on Tuesday doubled down on his warning that the general election will be rigged against him, saying that recent court decisions will allow voters to cast multiple ballots.

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During an interview on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” Trump said that recent decisions striking down voter identification laws will lead to widespread voter fraud.

“The whole thing with voter ID identification I think is really — I mean people are going to walk in, they are going to vote 10 times maybe,” Trump said, according to a transcript of the interview set to air on Tuesday night. “Who knows? They are going to vote 10 times. I am very concerned and I hope the Republicans are going to be very watchful and I hope the authorities are going to be very watchful.”

“Because I want to tell you — I believe it’s going to, just like Bernie SandersBernard (Bernie) SandersSanders expected to announce exploratory committee next week Bernie Sanders records announcement video ahead of possible 2020 bid Bill Maher to Dems: ‘Let’s not eat our own’ in 2020 MORE, 'I said it was rigged,' well it’s rigged here too, believe me,” he continued. “So I just hope the Republicans are going to be very watchful.”

Trump first voiced his concern that the election would be rigged against him at a rally in Ohio on Monday.

In recent weeks, federal courts have struck down several voter identification laws, including ones in Texas and North Carolina, ruling that such measures disproportionately target blacks and place onerous restrictions on potential voters.

“I’m looking at all of these decisions coming down from the standpoint of identification/voter ID,” Trump said on Tuesday. “And I’m saying, what do you mean? You don’t have to have voter ID to now go in and vote and it’s a little bit scary and I’ve heard a lot of bad things.”