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DonaldTrump-Campaign1-102116.jpg Less than three weeks before Election Day, the results of a new Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll show Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are virtually tied in Georgia. The poll showed Trump with a slim 44 percent to 42 percent lead over Clinton among likely Georgia voters, with the two-point gap well within the margin of error.

Donaldtrump-102116.jpg With Donald Trump refusing to commit to accepting the results of the upcoming presidential election, a new Politico/Morning Consult poll found that nearly a quarter of the Republican nominee's supporters think he should challenge the results if Democratic rival Hillary Clinton wins.

DonaldJTrumMarriottMarquis-102016.jpg Republican nominee Donald Trump has faced considerable criticism from both sides of the aisle for refusing to commit to accepting the results of the upcoming election during the final presidential debate. Trump seemed to make light of the controversy at a rally in Delaware, Ohio, on Thursday, suggesting to supporters he will accept the results as long as he is victorious.

DonaldTrump-Arizona-102016.jpg A majority of likely voters agree with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's claim that the news media is biased against him, according to the results of a Quinnipiac University poll. Fifty-five percent of likely voters think the media is biased against Trump, while 42 percent disagreed.

Donaldtrump-102016.jpg Donald Trump once again claimed he won the third and final U.S. presidential debate held at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas on Wednesday. "Just landed in Ohio. Thank you America- I am honored to win the final debate for our MOVEMENT. It is time to #DrainTheSwamp & #MAGA!," the Republican nominee...

Trump-Clinton-101016.jpg Donald Trump doubled down on his rhetoric about the presidential election being rigged, suggesting Wednesday evening that he would not commit to accepting the election results in less than three weeks. Squaring off against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the final presidential debate...

DonaldTrumpPresidentialCampaign2-101916.jpg Donald Trump will reportedly look to rattle Hillary Clinton by inviting two surprise guests to the third and final presidential debate on Wednesday. Numerous media reports said Trump's guests at the debate will include the half-brother of President Barack Obama as well as the mother of a victim of the 2012 attack on U.S. facilities in Benghazi, Libya.

HillaryClintonCampaign1-101916.jpg Ahead of the third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas, the results of a Monmouth University poll show Hillary Clinton has jumped ahead of Donald Trump among likely Nevada voters. Forty-seven percent of likely Nevada voters said they support Clinton, while 40 percent back Trump.

President-BarackObama1-101816.jpg President Barack Obama on Tuesday dismissed Donald Trump's claims that the election is being rigged against him and suggested the Republican nominee should "stop whining" before the ballots are even counted. Obama argued that Trump's accusations have the potential to undermine faith in U.S. democracy.

HillaryClinton-Arizona1-101816.jpg With Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump facing numerous charges of sexual misconduct, the results of a new Monmouth University poll show Democratic rival Hillary Clinton has pulled out to a commanding lead in the race for the White House. The poll found that 50 percent of likely voters support Clinton and 38 percent back Trump.

Trump-election-Stolen-101716.jpg Donald Trump has repeated the allegation that the presidential election is being rigged by the U.S. media in favor of his rival Hillary Clinton and that large-scale voter fraud is happening. And the results of a nationwide poll also indicated that the U.S. electorate has turned deeply skeptical about...

Trump1-101716.jpg Donald Trump has blamed the Hillary Clinton Camp for an attack on a Republican Party office in North Carolina. An explosive device was thrown through a window of the party's Orange County office in Hillsborough overnight. The image of a swastika and the words "Nazi Republicans, leave town or else"...

DonaldTrump-CPAC-2015-101416.jpg With his campaign reeling from numerous accusations of sexual misconduct, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump seemed to suggest he would not have harassed the women who have accused him of assault because of their appearance.

MichelleObama-2016-101416.jpg First Lady Michelle Obama lashed out at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's sexist behavior and called him unfit for the presidency in many ways. Addressing a rally for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Thursday, Obama laid out the stakes in the upcoming election, contrasting Clinton's lifetime of service with Trump's disturbing behavior.

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