Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump reads from a teleprompter as he addresses a campaign rally in Newtown, Pennsylvania, U.S. October 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Donald Trump will lay out plans Saturday for the first 100 days of his presidency, in what his campaign is calling his "closing arguments" in one of the most bitter election campaigns in U.S. history.The 2016 election cycle pitting the Republican nominee against former secretary of state Hillary Clinton has turned increasingly toxic, with Trump fueling wild conspiracy theories about vote "rigging" and Clinton warning that the provocative billionaire was straying into authoritarianism.Clinton excoriated Trump as a threat to American democracy Friday for not pledging to honor results of the upcoming presidential election, as the rivals battled for supremacy in battleground states.Trump, 70, then told a rally crowd that he could launch a legal challenge if Clinton prevails.Despite isolated allegations of voter fraud, controversy over the tight 2000 vote and rampant gerrymandering, U.S. elections have been regarded as free and fair.Invigorated by both her commanding poll numbers and Trump's eyebrow-raising declarations, the candidate vying to become America's first female president was in Ohio aiming to block Trump's efforts to claim the blue-collar heartland state.
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