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    Trump Refuses to Rule Out Rejecting Result of US Presidential Election

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    Donald Trump refused in his final debate with Democratic rival Hillary Clinton to rule out the possibility that he would reject the outcome of the US presidential election.

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump refused in his final debate with Democratic rival Hillary Clinton to rule out the possibility that he would reject the outcome of the US presidential election if he thought it had been stolen or rigged.

    "I will look at it at the time," Trump said in Las Vegas on Wednesday night. "I will tell you at the time. I'll keep you in suspense."

    Trump expressed his concern that the electoral process was already being manipulated to allow millions of people who did not have the legal right to vote in the United States to participate in the presidential election on November 8.

    "You will see millions who are registered to vote who shouldn't be allowed to vote… "What I've seen is so bad… The media is so dishonest and so corrupt… The pile up is so amazing," he said.

    However, the Republican National Committee disassociated itself from Trump’s remarks.


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