President Donald Trump weighed in on Pennsylvania’s highly anticipated primary elections on Tuesday.
During Philadelphia’s Morning Answer with Chris Stigall, the 45th president urged Pennsylvanians to overwhelm the polls to offset the risk of voter fraud. He also explained his endorsement in Pennsylvania’s gubernatorial race.
Discussing his recent endorsement of State Senator Doug Mastriano for governor, Trump said, “I think that Mastriano has a very big base. He’s been very loyal on election integrity… on crime.”
Trump emphasized that Mastriano’s “big base” was a significant factor in his decision to give his stamp of approval ahead of Pennsylvania’s primary elections.
Trump added, “There is no one in Pennsylvania who has done more, or fought harder, for election integrity than state Senator Doug Mastriano.”
Election integrity is a topic of serious concern for millions of Americans who doubt the integrity of U.S. elections. Evidence presented by Dinesh D’Souza and True the Vote in “2000 Mules” has revealed an unthinkable level of corruption in U.S. elections.
Asked whether voters should be nervous about the integrity of Pennsylvania’s midterm elections, Trump said, “I think it’s the biggest problem. I think it’s a very corrupt election process that takes place in Pennsylvania.”
While the 45th president acknowledged that Pennsylvania voters “have to be worried” about election fraud in the midterm elections, he urged the people of Pennsylvania to vote in massive numbers. Trump stated, “The more we win by, the harder it is for them to cheat.”
Tuesday’s primary elections in Pennsylvania have received nationwide attention as Trump has endorsed both Mastriano and Dr. Mehmet Oz. Trump has stated, “Doug Mastriano and Dr. Mehmet Oz will make an unbeatable team going into the most important Midterm Election in the history of our Country. They will Fight, they will Win, and they will Produce for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and for the USA itself.”
Trump’s record of endorsements has proven to be almost unbeatable. However, when asked if he would support a different Republican candidate if his endorsees did not win, Trump answered, “I will, I’ll support anybody.” He added, “The Democrats-the other side-it’s just terrible.”