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Donald Trump keeps peddling the notion the vote may be rigged.Trump's claim, made without evidence, undercuts the essence of American democracy, the idea that U.S. elections are free and fair, with the vanquished peacefully stepping aside for the victor.Trump holds no public office and has said he'll simply go back to his "very good way of life" if Democrat Hillary Clinton wins.Trump is referring to Clinton's use of a private email system while serving as secretary of state.During a campaign event Tuesday with Trump's running mate, Mike Pence, a voter said she was deeply concerned about voter fraud and pledged to be "ready for a revolution" if Clinton wins.Trump advisers privately say they hope to turn off young people in particular.Trump is also likely considering how he would spin a loss to Clinton, given that he's spent decades cultivating a brand based on success and winning. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office wouldn't say Saturday whether he agreed with Trump's assertions the election is being rigged.
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