Tamburino Talks Law: Can a U.S. President Delay a General Election

Over the last several weeks President Trump created a political firestorm after tweeting about possible delays to the general election. The president has continued to fuel that fire alleging that mail-in voting, which a number of states are turning to due to the risks of coronavirus exposure at in-person polling places, is at risk of fraud. There is little evidence of illegalities in mail-in voting, even in states that hold elections exclusively by mail. The president, however, is suggest that fears about the practice and polling place safety, could necessitate a delay. Could the president delay the general election? The law says, no.

Watch the video below for my full take:

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