US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign rally at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio, October 21, 2016. / AFP / Robyn Beck
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Hillary Clinton excoriated rival Donald Trump as a threat to American democracy Friday for not pledging to honor results of the upcoming presidential election, as the bitter rivals battled for supremacy in battleground states.Trump, 70, then told a rally crowd that he could launch a legal challenge if Clinton prevails.Clinton is narrowly leading in polling in North Carolina, a state Obama won in 2008 but lost to Republican Mitt Romney in 2012 .Clinton and Trump are coming off an evening of stinging humor at a white-tie charity event in New York where they traded jokes and jabs at what has traditionally been a friendly roast -- and where Trump was booed.Clinton holds leads in several battleground states, ranging from razor-thin, such as in North Carolina, to moderate in Florida and Pennsylvania and commanding in Virginia.She is even narrowly ahead in Arizona, the traditionally Republican-leaning state where First Lady Michelle Obama -- who galvanized voters with a searing attack on Trump last week -- campaigned for Clinton on Thursday.
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