White House: presidential elections will be held on November 3

Mark Meadows stressed that President Trump is concerned about voting by mail.

White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said on Sunday that the US presidential election will be held on November 3 and that, when asked whether the vote should be postponed, US President Donald Trump expressed concern about the mail-in vote.

“We are going to hold elections on November 3, and the President is going to win,” Meadows said, speaking on CBS.

He also noted that he is far from optimistic about reaching an agreement on a new draft law on economic assistance in the situation of the coronavirus pandemic.

“I am not optimistic about whether a decision will be made in the near future,” Meadows said.