Donald Trump 'choked' in meeting with Mexican president: Hillary Clinton
Oct 20 2016 by Larry Hoffman
In the hours before the final presidential debate, Donald Trump's surrogates and campaign staffers offered repeated assurances that the Republican nominee would accept the results of the presidential election.
Mr Trump refused to say that he would accept the election result after making claims this week of "large-scale voter fraud".
Asked by moderator Chris Wallace if he would accept the election result, Mr Trump replied: "I will tellyou at the time".
"What I'm saying is that I will tell you at the time".
Treating the presidential election much like he would the season finale of a reality television show, Donald Trumpsaid Wednesday evening that he wants to keep America "in suspense" about whether he'll actually concede the outcome of the November 8 contest. Clinton said "all Americans - Democrats, Republicans and independents", can help improve the country. "I think they want either fame, or her campaign did it". When Clinton accused Trump of denying the allegations because simply because the women "were not attractive enough", Trump insisted, "I did not say that". 1,800 nuclear warheads and she's playing chicken."From everything I see, Putin has no respect for this person".
Trump was again on the defensive over his policy of forcibly deporting millions of illegal migrants. Melania Trump has said Trump apologized to her for what he said in the notorious Access Hollywood tape.
Mr Clinton responded: "That's because he'd rather have a puppet as president of the United States".
"Every time Donald does not think things are going in his direction, he claims whatever it is is rigged against him". "This is a pattern, a pattern of divisiveness of a very dark and in many ways risky vision of our country where he incites violence, where he applauds people who are pushing and pulling and punching at his rallies".
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In the most drawn out confrontation of the evening, Mrs Clinton challenged her rival to admit to and condemn Russia's suspected involvement in hacking emails and trying to interfere with the U.S. elections.
In a 2005 video, Mr Trump was recorded bragging about groping women against their will.
"This is horrifying", Clinton responded to Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power at the final debate between the two candidates.
That comment provoked condemnation even from members of his own party, including 2008 Republican nominee Senator John McCain, who said while he didn't like the result that year, "I had a duty to concede, and I did so without reluctance".
Wallace, the first Fox News anchor to host a presidential general-election debate, asked tough questions of both candidates and kept his cool while keeping the contentious duo in check as they duked it out on stage for a fiery 90 minutes.
Trump then interjected that he does indeed respect women.
In a discussion on immigration, Mr Trump said his desire to build a wall on the US-Mexico border was to keep out "bad hombres".
He said you are the most risky person to run for president in the modern history of America.