CNN panel gets heated after Trump’s remarks on Pennsylvania mail-in ballots

A CNN panel got contentious Monday night after President Trump continued his attacks on a Supreme Court decision that will allow mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania to be counted for up to three days after the election. Trump has repeatedly claimed, without offering evidence, that allowing the ballots to be counted will lead to widespread voter fraud. He took it a step further Monday night in a tweet that was flagged by Twitter for possibly containing misleading information, claiming that the decision will “induce violence in the streets.” While former Republican senator Rick Santorm defended Trump, along with Republican efforts to limit vote counts in multiple states, Anderson Cooper, Van Jones and Gloria Borger weren’t having it. The three repeatedly shot down any defense Santorum came up with.