- The Washington Times - Thursday, October 20, 2016

A spokesman for Donald Trump’s campaign on Thursday said Mr. Trump’s declining to say whether he would accept the outcome of the election was the GOP presidential nominee’s way of putting people thinking about committing voter fraud “on notice.”

“What Mr. Trump was doing was very simply making the case that he’s putting on notice anyone looking to commit voter fraud or voting irregularities,” Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller said on Fox News.

“It’s important that we have strong integrity at the ballot box, that we have strong integrity in our elections, and that’s simply what this was about,” he said.

Asked at Wednesday’s debate if he would accept the results of the election, Mr. Trump said he’d “tell you at the time” and “keep you in suspense.”

His Democratic rival Hillary Clinton called that response “horrifying.”



Click to Read More

Click to Hide