Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the Delaware County Fair, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016, in Delaware, Ohio. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)
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Several prominent Republicans on Thursday denounced Donald Trump's refusal to commit to accepting the result of the presidential election, and some worried his stance might make it more difficult for his party to hold onto control of Congress.A few other Republicans, mostly those who have never backed Trump, also rejected his comments.Republican consultant Matt Mackowiak said down-ballot candidates would disagree with Trump, which would distance them from his comment, but it was a problem that the issue had drowned out everything else that came up in the debate.A CNN/ORC snap poll said 52 percent thought Clinton won the debate, while 39 percent said Trump, a real estate developer and former reality TV star making his first run at public office, was the victor.Chris Acker, 67, who attended a Trump rally in Ohio on Thursday said he was not bothered by the candidate's unwillingness to say he would accept the result.Obama has described Trump as unfit for the White House.Trump has stepped up allegations that the election is being rigged.
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