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Trump supporter 'ready for a revolution' if Clinton wins

19 October 2016

The Republican candidate maintains he expects widespread voter fraud in the November 8 election, ramping up his warning despite being yet to provide any evidence that the electoral system is anything other than sound.

Trump has tried to whip up fears of a flawed election as he has fallen back in opinion polls against Democrat Hillary Clinton.

The idea the election is unfairly tilted against Trump has become a resurgent theme for the NY billionaire and many of his supporters in the past several days as he's slipped in preference polls and faced allegations of sexual misconduct.

"Polls close, but can you believe I lost large numbers of women voters based on made up events THAT NEVER HAPPENED".

On a similar theme, a prominent Trump supporter who spoke at the GOP convention last summer, Sheriff David Clarke Jr. of Wisconsin's Milwaukee County, tweeted Saturday: "It's incredible that our institutions of gov, WH, Congress, DOJ, and big media are corrupt & all we do is bitch".

Trump this week has said the election is being "rigged" against him by the Clinton campaign and the media, raising questions about whether he would challenge the outcome should he lose to Clinton.

This is not the first time that Trump has warned his supporters about a rigged election - and because of this, in August Trump started recruiting "election observers" to watch over the polls for fraud.

"I wouldn't say it's completely unsubstantiated", King said.

But in some cases, there are too few of these voters to make any difference in a presidential election.

WITH two days to go until the third and final debate, Donald Trump isn't backing down from preaching his message that the U.S. presidential election is "rigged".

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"We will absolutely accept the results of the election", Pence said in television interviews. A Gallup poll found that half of Republicans believe voter fraud will be a problem this election.

"Our democracy relies on confidence in election results, and the speaker is fully confident the states will carry out this election with integrity", his spokeswoman AshLee Strong said in a statement.

"'Poll watchers' are allowed to go to the precincts and sit there and see how many people are coming in to vote and see if there are any irregularities at the polls", she said.

The survey also underscored the hardening of the lines between those supporting Trump and those who are not.

"While Secretary Clinton faces uphill battle in both states, Democrats are gaining steam in critical races for Senate and governor in both of those states, as well as local and state legislative races", Mook said on the call with reporters.

Bill Clinton told an audience at a rally at Dartmouth College that "if you give Hillary the keys to the truck she'll do what she's done all her life, she'll make something good happen". "We have Paul Ryan, always fighting the Republican nominee!" he wrote.

Clinton has yet to respond to Trump's claims but we can imagine that she would simply laugh at the accusations.

She told Fox News Channel that Trump, a former reality television star, was committed to running for office even though it was hard because he had been "in so many shows, so many tapes" over the years. Federal Bureau of Investigation records released Monday show that a senior State Department official unsuccessfully sought to lower the classification level of an email found on the server, a move Trump's campaign labeled collusion.

No one was hurt in the attack, swiftly condemned by Clinton.

Trump supporter 'ready for a revolution' if Clinton wins