Politics McConnell: election will occur 'safely and credibly'
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Wednesday said the upcoming U.S. election 'will be fine' and many states will have mail-in voting due to the pandemic, as concerns mount over President Trump's unsubstantiated attacks on mail balloting.
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