Donald Trump promised on Wednesday to hold the country in suspense over whether he’ll accept the results of the 2016 presidential election.
Little more than 12 hours later, he was already trying to make good on the “suspense” bit.
“I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election…” Trump said at a rally in Ohio on Thursday. Then, of course, a brief dramatic pause.
“If I win,” he continued.
His audience cheered.
Trump has attacked tenets of American democracy since at least the second debate, when he promised to hire a special prosecutor to go after Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton if he wins the election. Read more…