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Aide: Trump will accept results if no 'overwhelming evidence' of fraud

21 October 2016

Donald Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway hours after Wednesday night's final presidential debate said she is comfortable trafficking in information stolen by Russian intelligence services to help her candidate win.

Donald Trump's campaign manager has acknowledged he may need a "comeback" to win the USA election as the candidates prepare for tonight's third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas. "I imagine if you had asked Al Gore in 2000 if he was going to respect the election results, he would have said yes", she said.

He predicted a "scorched-earth" performance from Mr Trump at the debate at the University of Nevada, while Mrs Clinton would remain cool and collected in the face of it. "You're a mother, you're a woman, ' Ruhle said, before asking, "Are you more offended by the phrase "average America" or grabbing a woman's genitals?"

"But you'll let them watch Hillary Clinton", Conway spoke up.

"Absent evidence of widespread fraud or irregularities and a close election, then yes, we'll accept the results", Conway said.

"I think everyone is missing his larger point", Conway said. Trump loyalists will have an incentive after the election to back him to the hilt when he cries "rigged!" since their political fortunes are tied to his.

During the debate, Trump was asked if he would accept the election results, to which he replied: "I will look at it at the time".

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"This time it undermined the fundamental process of our democracy, and why can't you expose that to the light of reason?"

During the vice presidential debate, he even attempted to deny statements that Trump most definitely said. "I will keep you in suspense".

Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, also said that Trump "made a tremendous mistake" by refusing to say if he'd accept the outcome.

Conway questioned the media's bias against her candidate, saying, "You know the guy can't get a fair shake".

With less than three weeks to go until the 8 November vote, Kellyanne Conway spoke out as a string of battleground state polls put Hillary Clinton ahead.

"When there are six people corroborating the People Magazine story, you still say her word against his?"

Trump in recent days has been ramping up accusations that the election is being rigged against him.

Aide: Trump will accept results if no 'overwhelming evidence' of fraud