Donald Trump said at a rally in Ohio that he will accept the results of the November 8th presidential election, if he wins. 

"I want to make a major announcement. I would like to promise and pledge to all of my voters and supporters and to all of the people of the United States that I will totally accept the results of this great and historic election ... if I win," said Trump, drawing a raucous cheer from the crowd in Delaware, Ohio. 

Last night at the final presidential debate, Trump refused to commit to accepting the election results.

"I'll keep you in suspense," said Trump on whether he would accept the vote count on election night. 

He went on to call the debate in Las Vegas "amazing," touting that "everybody" said he was the winner, including in online polls. 

"We want fairness in the election. This is having nothing to do with me, but having to do with the future of our country. We have to have fairness. ... Don't be naive, folks," he told the crowd.

Trump pointed to a WikiLeaks email in which Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta spoke of illegal immigrants being allowed to vote as long as they have a driver's license.

Watch the remarks above.


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