With six days left until Election Day, President Trump is still questioning the legitimacy of voting by mail.

At a rain-soaked rally in Lansing, Mich., on Tuesday, Trump, as he often does, asked the crowd a series of rhetorical questions about voting by mail: “Who’s sending them? Where are they going? Who’s sending them back?”

Here’s a video that answers those questions.

President Trump has repeatedly questioned the legitimacy of absentee voting in the 2020 election. Here are answers to several of his questions. (Monica Akhtar/The Washington Post)

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, states have expanded their early voting options, allowing at least 84 percent of Americans to vote by mail this election. And for months, Trump has suggested — without evidence — that mail-in ballots lead to widespread voter fraud.

The answers to Trump’s questions do exist, even if he sees them as politically inconvenient or wants to cast doubt on them.