(NBC News) Donald Trump, campaigning in Colorado Tuesday, again implied the presidency could be stolen.
“They even want to try and rig the election at the polling booths, where so many cities are corrupt,” Trump said.
Trump running mate Mike Pence went to the Republican office firebombed over the weekend in North Carolina, called the attack “political terrorism” and called for Trump supporters to observe at the polls November 8th to ensure fairness.
“The American people can ensure the integrity of this election, and I am confident we will do that,” Pence said.
President Obama, speaking in Washington, slammed Trump for suggesting the election could be rigged.
“I’d advise Mr. Trump to stop whining and go make his case to get votes,” the President said.
Meanwhile Hillary Clinton’s problems worsened with the allegation her State Department sought a deal with the FBI: If the FBI declassified a Clinton email, so her sending it did not break rules, the State Department would allow more FBI agents into Iraq.
The State Department says that deal never took place.
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