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Donald Trump won't commit to accepting the election results until he sees "how things play out."

The Republican presidential nominee called in to "America's Election HQ" today and said that he's concerned about a "rigged" and "broken" system.

"We're going to see how things play out today," Trump told Martha MacCallum. "Hopefully they'll play out well and hopefully we won't have to worry about it, meaning hopefully we'll win."

He said he wants to watch today and tonight and make sure that everything is "honest" in the voting process.

The Republican nominee said he fully understands the importance of a smooth, peaceful transition of power, but he is still concerned about the election being rigged against him.

"Are you saying that you believe this will not be over tonight, Mr. Trump?" MacCallum pressed.

"No, I'm not saying that," Trump replied. "I said I have to look at what's happening. I have to look at reports that are coming out."

Watch the interview above, and let us know what you think in the comments.


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