Trump Refuses To Say He’ll Accept Election Results

Citizens vote on Election Day at Fire Station #71 in Alhambra, Los Angeles County, on November 6, 2012 in California, as Americans flock to the polls nationwide to decide between President Barack Obama, his Rebuplican challenger Mitt Romney, and a wide range of other issues. Alhambra is one of 6 cities in California's 49th Assembly District, the state's first legislative district where Asian-Americans make up the majority of the population. AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN
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Trump sparks furor at final debate

By Niall Stanage
Donald Trump’s refusal to say that he will accept the presidential election’s outcome overshadowed all else during his third debate with Hillary Clinton in Las Vegas on Wednesday evening.
Virtually no one in the political world argued that the GOP nominee would benefit from the move.
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Trump refuses to say he’ll accept election results

By Ben Kamisar
Donald Trump on Wednesday refused to say he would accept the results of the presidential election, continuing to warn that the election is “rigged” against him.
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Five takeaways from the final debate

By Jonathan Easley
LAS VEGAS, Nevada – That’s a wrap. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump made their closing arguments to voters at the third presidential debate on Wednesday night, and are now left with just the final sprint to Election Day.
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Clinton-Trump III: A polite start turns nasty
By Jonathan Easley
LAS VEGAS — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s final debate started out as a polite fight over policy that featured a far more cordial tone than their previous engagements. That lasted almost 30 minutes.
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By Amie Parnes
Hillary Clinton allies are feeling even more confident in her chances after what they characterized as a dominant performance in the final presidential debate on Wednesday night.
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Top zingers of the final debate

By Ben Kamisar
Wednesday night’s final general election debate may have started out tame but Sin City clash quickly heated up.
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WATCH: Highlights from the final presidential debate

By The Hill staff
Watch the video above to see the biggest moments from the final 2016 presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump.
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Writing in Mike Pence won’t do any good in these states 

By Reid Wilson
Unfortunately for the Nevada Republican Rep. Joe Heck, his home state is one of seven that does not allow voters to write in a candidate for president of the United States.
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Ex-Arkansas reporter accuses Bill Clinton of groping her

By Ben Kamisar

A former television reporter from Arkansas is accusing Bill Clinton of groping her in 1980 in a new interview with Breitbart News.

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Obama meets a crossroads for his healthcare law

By Sarah Ferris
President Obama on Thursday will make a final pitch to the millions of Americans still lacking healthcare coverage as his administration enters its the fourth and final sign-up stretch.
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The Associated Press: Analysis: Trump needed debate reset, instead riles GOP
By Kathleen Hennessey
Donald Trump needed a game changer. Instead, he landed a jaw dropper.
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The New York Times: Clinton takes a new approach: Trump’s
By Amy Chozick and Michael Barbaro
In the final presidential debate, Mrs. Clinton outmaneuvered Mr. Trump with a strategy that relied on the mocking and taunting for which he is known.
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The Washington Post: During the debates, Clinton’s weakness has been defending her positions
By John Wagner
During her three encounters with Trump, she showed discomfort in the face of scrutiny and struggled at times to provide crisp, clear answers.
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Bloomberg: It’s a Trump-free zone as Ryan stumps for fellow Republicans
By Billy House
House Speaker Paul Ryan is hitting the campaign trail to help keep the U.S. House in Republican hands, but he is carefully scripting his appearances to avoid any mention of Donald Trump.
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The Wall Street Journal: John McCain finds Arizona Senate race isn’t a lock
By Siobhan Hughes
Republican senator contends with Democrats’ new focus in the state in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s comments.
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