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Donald Trump: I will accept US election result if I win

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has jokingly said he will accept the result of the US election "if I win".

He added that he would accept a "clear" election result but reserved the right to file a legal challenge.

Speaking at a rally in Ohio he said: "Of course, I would accept a clear election result, but I would also reserve my right to contest or file a legal challenge in the case of a questionable result."

His comments came after he refused to promise during the final presidential debate to say if he would trust the outcome on November 8th if he loses.


Clinton and Trump both claim to have won debate

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Claiming that she had won the third and final presidential debate, Hillary Clinton tweeted a captioned image of herself hugging her daughter Chelsea.

Meanwhile Donald Trump tweeted polls which showed he had won the debate.

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ITV News Washington Correspondent Robert Moore believes Hillary Clinton won the debate: "The instant polling that was done at this venue immediately after the debate finished last night would suggest that Hillary Clinton was a clear winner.

"This was probably Donald Trump's best, last chance of changing the central narrative of the campaign, and if anything it was the opposite that occurred."

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