Trump on Whether He'll Accept Election Results: 'I'll Keep You in Suspense'
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Donald Trump was asked at the final presidential debate whether he will accept the results of the election.
"I will look at it at the time. ... I'll keep you in suspense," Trump responded to Chris Wallace. He called out the media for being dishonest and corrupt and "poisoning" the minds of voters.
Trump said there are millions of people registered to vote that shouldn't be able to vote. He then said his opponent shouldn't be allowed to run because of what she did with her private email server and "so many other things."
"She's guilty of a very, very serious crime. ... Just in that respect, I say it's rigged," said Trump.
Hillary Clinton responded, calling Trump's comments about the election "horrifying" and arguing that every time a decision goes against him, he claims it's "rigged."
Clinton even noted that a few years ago Trump went after the Emmys for not giving an award to "The Apprentice."
She said the FBI investigated her emails and decided not to recommend charges, but now Trump claims the FBI investigation was rigged.
Clinton said for 240 years, America has had free and fair elections and both sides accept the outcome when it's over.
"He is denigrating, he is talking down our democracy," said Clinton, calling it "appalling."
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