Kellyanne Conway Issues Stern Warning To GOP Voters

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( – Former President Donald Trump’s ex-senior adviser Kellyanne Conway argued while she did not like early voting it was becoming the new norm and the GOP needed to adapt or they should “die politically.” 

On Friday Conway had joined “Real Time with Bill Maher” a talk show where she had been asked about the change in Trump’s rhetoric. Trump, who had for years pushed against mail-in voting and had argued that it is corrupt, had most recently encouraged his supporters to use early voting systems and had told them that all of them were “good options” for this fall. 

Conway argued that she hoped to see Trump and his wife, Melania, vote early in Florida and even go to vote on the first day that they are eligible to do so. As she pointed out, if Trump did that then others would soon follow and his supporters would think that they too vote early if Trump had done so. 

Conway noted that she believed that early voting is “taking a chance” and pointed out that elderly voters who were unable to leave their homes would not be able to vote without a mail-in system. She added that these were the people whose vote she wanted to see in October. 

As she pointed out she did not like early voting, however, if this is the new normal then people needed to adapt or they would “die politically.” She also pointed out that the counting for early voting ballots should change and that the states should start to count those votes before election night. Then after election night, the results of the two systems should be combined to get the final result that night. 

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