Final Presidential Debate: Donald Trump Refuses To Accept Election ResultOctober 20, 2016 10:43
The Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has refused to say that he will accept the result of the November 8 Presidential election result, leaving a window for suspicion that he will challenge the election result.
In the third and final Presidential debate Donald Trump said that he would wait to decide whether the outcome was legitimate.
Trump said, “I will tell you at the time, I will keep you suspense.”
Quickly reacting on it, Democratic Presidential candidate and Trump’s rival, Hillary Clinton said, “Let’s be clear about what he is saying and what that means: He is denigrating, he is talking down our democracy and I for one am appalled that someone who is the nominee for one of our two major parties would take that position.”
In the fiery final presidential debate Trump has also accused Clinton’s campaign of orchestrating a series of accusations by few women who said that the businessman made unwanted sexual advances against them.
He said, “I think either they want fame or her campaign did it, and I think it’s her campaign.”
Hillary Clinton said that the women came forward after Trump stated that he never made unwanted advances on women. However, in 2005 video, Trump has been recorded bragging about groping women against their will.
“Donald thinks belittling women makes him bigger. He goes after their dignity, their self-worth and I don’t think there is a woman anywhere who doesn’t know what that feels like,” said Clinton.
She further added, “This is a pattern. A pattern of divisiveness, of a very dark and in many ways dangerous vision of our country where he incites violence, where he applauds people who are pushing and pulling and punching at his rallies. That is not who America is.”
The former First Lady of the United States, Clinton unleashed verbal attack on Trump by calling him a puppet of Russian President Vladimir Putin and said that he has refused to condemn Russia and Putin for the recent cyber attacks.
Both the Presidential candidates refused to shake hands before starting to speak in the debate once again. They both had done the same during the second debate last week in St. Louis, Missouri.
By Prajakt K.