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Trump sticks to "rigged" charge, but admits he may lose

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>> But you have to vote on November 8th, so we wasted time.>> Donald Trump keeping up a frenzied pace Friday, ripping his way through three rallies in the face of what polls are calling his impending defeat at the hands of Hillary Clinton. Trump still refusing to say he'll accept the results if that happens.
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>> Remember folks, it's a rigged system just remember it, you gotta watch because this system is totally rigged.>> Reporter Steve Holland has been on the trail this week with Trump.>> Donald Trump himself is going hard. He's holding two or three events a day. Now they must know that their options are dwindling because they're only going to a certain limited number of states now.
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They're not trying to expand the map. They have a very narrow path to an electoral college majority. Trump must know that things aren't going that great. But he's hanging in there.>> Win, lose, or draw, I will be happy with myself, cuz I.>> This coming at the end of yet another rough week for the GOP nominee.
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Trump failing to pull out a game changer in his final debate with Hillary Clinton.>> Such a nasty woman.>> Social Security trust fund.>>
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The Al Smith dinner is a usual display of collegiality. The fact that this sort of broke down is typical of what's been a wild and nasty year on the campaign trail.>> Meanwhile, GOP leadership has clammed up. House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Leader Mitch McConnell, refusing to even comment on Trump's suggestion he may not go along with the 2016 outcome.
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>> I'll keep you in suspense.>> Several other prominent Republicans blasting the move as disqualifying.