Senior Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller on Sunday called Utah GOP Sen. Mitt Romney’s confidence in the mail-in voting process “just wrong.”
In an interview on ABC News’ “This Week,” Miller called the expansion of mail-in voting “a disaster waiting to happen.”
“Mitt Romney is wrong, just like he was wrong in 2012 and blew the election to Barack Obama, a race we should have won, by the way,” Miller declared about Romney’s assertion there’s no evidence that voting by mail would increase voter fraud.
“Mitt Romney should take a look at Paterson, New Jersey, where upwards of a quarter of all the votes were thrown out,” Miller continued. “He should take a look at [New York Democratic Rep.] Carolyn Maloney’s race, the primary in New York 12th, which I guess Carolyn Maloney is the winner of that. We’re still not sure.”
Miller also lashed out at Democrats for “making so much noise on this.”
“I think it’s a little disingenuous for [Sen.] Bernie [Sanders (I-Vt.)] and the rest of the Democrats to be making so much noise on this,” he said. “They weren’t trying to do this in February or March or April or May. They’re trying to change the rules and institute something that normally takes five to 10 years to put in place and rush it through in only five to 10 weeks.”
“It takes a long time for states to be able to put this together safely and securely,” he said, adding: “Going to rush this through is a disaster waiting to happen.”
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