LEVIN: I think there's a lot of confusion. I like Martha McCully very very much. And she's in a discussion with Kayleigh at the White House.
And the question is, if ballots come in, and they're postmarked November 3rd, but they come in later -- shouldn't they be counted? And Martha points to military ballots and so.
These aren't military ballots. That's not the law in Pennsylvania. That's what the Supreme Court chose to do.
The law is your ballot has to be in by Election Day. It has to be in by Election Day. Period.
So some people may not like that, but so what? Who cares what people like?
I don't know why that's odd, do you Mr. Producer? People want to know who won on Election Day.