President Trump continued his verbal attacks on efforts to expand mail-in voting, tweeting Tuesday that there is “NO WAY (ZERO!) that Mail-In Ballots will be anything less than substantially fraudulent.”

Speaking hours later on Boston Public Radio, CNN’s John King refuted the president’s claims.

“Most experts believe less fraud,” he said, "than in normal elections.”

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The “Inside Politics” anchor said states pushing for increased mail-in voting are acting well within reason, as the coronavirus pandemic forces Americans to reconfigure all aspects of daily life.

“Some [states] are looking at the great model of Washington State, or Utah, that’ve had mail-in balloting for some time,” he said, pointing out that mail-in ballots didn’t keep Sen. Mitt Romney from winning his election in 2018.

"Republicans win in Utah with mail-in balloting,” he said.