Trump tried to vote with wrong address while railing against voter fraud

U.S. 2020/6/4

Trump tried to vote with wrong address while railing against voter fraud

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Donald Trump has been railing against vote by mail for the past few months – falsely citing the potential for voter fraud, which is extremely rare. As it turns out, the president himself bungled the system.

Trump registered to vote in Florida last September under his White House address – 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, according to the Washington Post. But Florida does not allow people to register to vote without an in-state address, and one month later, Trump resubmitted his application with a Florida address and voted in the Republican primary.

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On his registration form, Trump told Florida officials his legal residence was in

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