President Donald Trump clashes with reporters over his opinions on voting by mail. Trump says it's dishonest and corrupt. Trump is then challenged by a reporter who reminds him that he actually voted by mail when he was at the White House, for something in Florida. Trump says it's different because he's out of state. Here the logic makes sense because it's one vote, and it's the vote of the president, so it will get delivered securely. However, many fear that voting by mail leads to mass corruption, lost votes, and people voting for someone else - and there's not really many ways to prove who actually makes the vote.
Trump says if people want to vote, they should show up and do it in person.