Researchers: 2020 mail-in ballot study finds Trump 'almost certainly' won

Without the massive expansion of voting by mail, President Donald Trump would have "almost certainly" won re-election in 2020, according to a new study which examined the likely impact that fraudulent mail-in ballots had in the 2020 vote.
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