Trump charges U.S. choosing formula being fraudulent ‘at many polling places’


WASHINGTON Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump dug deeper in his efforts to expel doubt on a legitimacy of a U.S. election, observant on Twitter on Sunday that he believed a formula were being “rigged” during many polling places.

His twitter came hours after his clamp presidential using mate, Mike Pence, pronounced Republicans would accept a outcome of a Nov. 8 competition between Trump and his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.

“The choosing is positively being fraudulent by a prejudiced and twisted media pulling Crooked Hillary – though also during many polling places – SAD,” Trump wrote on Twitter, in a latest of a array of comments he has done over a past several days job into doubt a integrity of a election.

Trump, who is trailing Clinton in opinion polls, did not yield any justification to behind his allegations of impropriety during a voting booth.

The New York businessman, who has never hold elective office, has mostly pronounced a electoral routine is lopsided opposite him, including during a Republican nominating contests, when he doubtful a process for winning representatives to a Republican National Convention.

His latest censure of media disposition stems from allegations by women that he groped them or done other neglected passionate advances, after a 2005 video became open in that Trump was available bragging about such behavior. He apologized for a video though has denied any of a accusations.

“Election is being fraudulent by a media, in a concurrent bid with a Clinton campaign, by putting stories that never happened into news!” Trump tweeted on Sunday, a view he also voiced in posts and during rallies in Maine and New Hampshire on Saturday. The comments lifted questions both from Republicans and Democrats about either he would accept a outcome should he remove to Clinton.

Trump pronounced after a initial presidential discuss in Sep that he would “absolutely” accept a choosing outcome. But a few days afterward, he told a New York Times: “We’re going to see what happens.”

He has also urged his supporters to keep an eye on voting locations to forestall a “stolen” election, that some critics interpreted as enlivening them to dominate voters.

Pence pronounced on Sunday he and Trump would honour a will of a voters.

“We’ll honour a outcome of this election,” pronounced Pence, a Indiana governor. “Donald Trump pronounced in a initial discuss that we’ll honour a will of a American people in this election. The pacific send of energy is a hallmark of American history.”

In a pivotal pitch state of North Carolina on Sunday, internal authorities reported that a Orange County Republican Party domicile was vandalized overnight.

Authorities pronounced a building in Hillsborough had been struck by a front window with incendiary element and an adjacent building wall was spray-painted with a swastika and a difference “Nazi Republicans leave city or else.”

The internal Republican Party section pronounced in a matter on Sunday that a American open should be “outraged by this hate-filled and aroused conflict opposite a democracy.”

Clinton on Twitter denounced a conflict as “horrific and unacceptable,” adding: “Very beholden that everybody is safe.


On Sunday, Pence for a second time in new weeks pennyless from Trump on Russia, this time on that country’s probable impasse in email hacks tied to a U.S. election, observant Moscow should face “severe consequences” if it has compromised U.S. email security.

“I consider there’s no doubt that a justification continues to indicate in that direction,” Pence said. “There should be serious consequences to Russia or any emperor republic that is compromising a remoteness or a confidence of a United States of America,” Pence pronounced on “Fox News Sunday.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin pronounced final week his nation was not concerned in perplexing to change a U.S. election.

Trump, who has been criticized for appearing too tighten to Russia after he publicly praised Putin’s ruling style, has questioned a reports of Moscow’s involvement. “Maybe there is no hacking,” he pronounced during final week’s second discuss with Clinton.

Trump also contradicted Pence on Russia during that debate. Pence had pronounced a United States should use troops force in Syria if Russia continued atmosphere strikes to column adult President Bashar al-Assad, though Trump pronounced he disagreed.

The third and final discuss between Trump and Clinton will be on Wednesday in Las Vegas.

(Reporting by Emily Stephenson and Alana Wise; Editing by Bill Trott and Peter Cooney)


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