Donald Trump said he does not support same-day voter registration because he says it makes it easier for noncitizens to vote.
Because Trump complained repeatedly that the primary process was fixed, Meet the Press host Chuck Todd asked Trump if he supports policies that make it easier for people to vote. Same-day voter registration, for example, allows voters to register or update their information at the polls on Election Day.
"No, no," Trump said to the suggestion. "I don't think people should sneak in through the cracks. And whether that's an ID or any way you want to do it. But you have to be a citizen to vote."
"Well, of course," Todd replied. "That is the law as it stands already."
Trump disagreed: "No, it's not. I mean, you have places where people just walk in and vote."
In most states, people have to register to vote at least a few days prior to voting. But 15 states and the District of Columbia have or are in the process of implementing same-day voter registration. (Florida isn't one of them.) Is it really the case that noncitizens can just "walk in and vote" in these states?
See what Lauren Carroll of PolitiFact found.