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Trump claims polling places are rigged

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]>> Donald Trump hitting back again with charges that the US presidential election is rigged. The GOP nominee on Sunday not only blaming the dishonest and distorted media, but this time also suggesting many polling places are rigged. Calling it quote, sad. His tweet, raising concerns among some in the Republican party that Trump may not concede if he loses the general election.
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Came hours after running mate, Mike Pence, appearing on Meet The Press, promised he and Trump would absolutely accept the the will of the American people. Saying quote, the peaceful transfer of power is a hallmark of American history. Trump's allegations of a liberally biased media are nothing new.>> The election is being rigged by corrupt media.
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>> His latest complaint stemming from a series of accusations from women. Saying he groped them or made unwanted sexual advances. In another tweet on Sunday, Trump criticized a coordinated effort with the campaign of rival Hillary Clinton. To put stories that never happened in the news. But this marks the first time he's implied any wrongdoing at the voting booth.
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He offered no evidence to support his claim. But in the past, he's suggested that voters themselves may cheat at the polls. And has encouraged his supporters to be on the lookout for fraud.>> So I hope you people can sort of not just vote on the 8th,>> Go around and look and watch other polling places.
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And make sure that it's 100% fine.>> Trump did say at the first presidential debate that he would accept the election results. But a few days later, told the New York Times, quote, we're going to see what happens.