President Barack Obama on Thursday delivered his most stinging rebuke yet of Donald Trump's rigged election rhetoric, calling it "dangerous" and saying the Republican nominee is "doing the work of our adversaries."
Donald Trump on Thursday said he would accept November's election results -- so long as he's the winner.
The GOP nominee doubled down on controversial and unprecedented claims that he may not accept the results on November 8, first made at the third and final presidential debate Wednesday.
Warning of a 'major announcement,' Trump led off his first public appearance since the debate with the 'promise and pledge' to his supporters: 'I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election — if I win.' The brief pause and defiant words that came after it immediately incited cheers from the crowd.