The president told supporters if Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden defeats him in November that "I will never speak to you again."
"I don't trust the mail right now, that's why [I'm voting today]. If I got to stand here all day, I'm going to vote today," said Jim O'Conner, a voter in Fairfax County, Virginia.
The president's comments came as news spread of some North Carolina voters who received two absentee ballots by mistake.
"I mean, I don't even know what that is," Trace Gallagher said. "Four zeros before you have a four and then point three zeros nine... In other words, extraordinarily low."
The president's former lawyer has made a string of allegations against him, while suggesting he would like to turn the U.S. "into a monarchy."
The rule of law has prevailed in a key 11th Circuit Court of Appeals case pertaining to felon voting.
The Biden campaign announced the spending after Trump's team said it would be spending an unspecified eight-figure sum on advertisements.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton lost both Pennsylvania and Michigan, contributing to her Electoral College defeat to Donald Trump in 2016.
President Donald Trump has been criticized for saying he downplayed the coronavirus crisis earlier this year.
Leading political scientists have dismissed the idea of an illusory Trump landslide victory on 3 November.
The president and vice president are heading to the state within days of each other, as they rally ahead of November.
A relief package proposed by Senate GOP leadership failed in the upper chamber, with the prospect of a bipartisan agreement on stimulus fading further.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will never be completely free of obligation to the royal family despite their newfound financial freedom, Elaine Lui tells Newsweek.
Trump won the state in a surprise victory last time out, with Biden aiming to reclaim it in November.
Police said they did not get involved with the woman as her actions "did not interrupt anyone's voting process."
People over 65 are considered high risk for the new coronavirus and McCarthy told Axios concerns over voting in person could deter them from casting ballots at all.
"This is just outrageous," Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz said after she was denied entry into a USPS facility for a spot check.
Citing U.S. abortion discussions, Jesuit priest Father James J. Martin urged fellow Catholics against claiming a vote for Joe Biden is a "mortal sin."
On Thursday, the social network announced it would be rolling out steps to limit voter misinformation in the upcoming general election.
Zuckerberg said he is aware of the risks around misinformation and announced the site will block new political ads during the final week of the campaign.
While the Democratic presidential candidate will undoubtedly be compared to his predecessor, his position looks somewhat different to hers the same point in the 2016 race.
The attorney general said he didn't know what "the law in the particular state" said about the legality of voting twice.
Jameela Jamil says Meghan Markle is a victim of "Britain's white patriarchal media" and claims it is "illuminating to no longer be gaslit."
The lawsuit alleged that the governor's directive allowing counties to expand mail-in voting ahead of the 2020 election was "invalid."
The president's ratings plummeted amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but have slowly improved as he looks to position himself to win re-election in November.
With the coronavirus pandemic potentially creating a critical shortage of poll workers this fall, several groups are actively working to recruit younger people—in some cases as young as 16—to staff up polling locations in November.
Americans should be able to vote safely and securely from the comfort of their home, just like many Democrats, Republicans and Donald Trump have been doing for years.
President Donald Trump could appear to win the election in November by a landslide only to lose when mail-in ballots are counted days later, a Democratic group has warned.