During the third presidential debate in 2016, candidate Donald Trump made headlines for refusing to answer Fox News journalist Chris Wallace, who was moderating, on whether he would accept the result of the upcoming election. "I will look at it at the time. I will keep you in suspense," he said, claiming the race was already fixed against him. "That's not how democracy works," replied his opponent, Hillary Clinton, who went on to win the popular vote but lose the election. read whole article

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