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US presidential Elections: Trump casts vote at Crucial state of Florida

President Trump has cast his vote for November’s presidential elections and in-person.

After finishing his ballot in the crucial state of Florida, he talked to reporters in the Palm Beach polling station, telling them”I searched for a man called Trump.”

He repeated his argument that voting in person is significantly more protected than by article – a claim that he has never been backed up with some evidence.

“It was a secure, but far more secure than once you send in a ballot, I will tell you. Everything was rigorous. If you send in your ballot, it might never be like this,” he explained.

The president shifted his official residence in New York into his personal Florida club this past year, complaining that New York politicians had treated him poorly. Since the change, he’s also voted double by post.

Founded in New York also started to cast their ballots in person on Saturday, with multiple building early in the afternoon in Madison Square Garden.

Over 54 million votes are cast up to now, with approximately an extra 100 million anticipated before a winner is announced.

The election is held on November 3 but this past season, with numerous postal votes, the result might not be known for days or even months later.