McCain: What About When Kerry Claimed Fraud About Loss to Bush?
Meghan McCain called out the liberal "pearl-clutching" following Donald Trump's refusal to commit to accepting the outcome of the presidential election.
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.
McCain pointed back to comments by Democrats about the 2000 and 2004 victories by George W. Bush. In 2002, Hillary Clinton was quoted as saying Bush was "selected not elected."
Meantime, John Kerry reportedly suspected that his 2004 defeat was due to rigged voting machines in Ohio.
McCain argued on Outnumbered that there seems to be a double standard when it comes to allegations of voter fraud.
"When Donald Trump says it, it's unconstitutional, un-democratic, it's anti-American. When John Kerry and Hillary Clinton say it about George Bush, it's OK," she argued.
Harris Faulkner noted that what Trump is doing is seen as different because he's doing it before the fact.
Julie Roginsky said Trump's claims of widespread voter fraud by Democrats is based on "zero facts" and that he is trying to claim that Clinton will be a "fraudulent leader" if she wins.
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