Watch: Trump Won't Commit To Accepting Election Results In Final Debate
The final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was overall more cordial and more policy-focused than their nasty second face-off. But the stunning moment that will stand out is the GOP nominee's statement that he won't necessarily accept the results of the election on November 8th.
"I will tell you at the time. I will keep you in suspense," Trump said in a shocking statement that signals a break from the traditional transfer of power.
His hardline stance came after a week in which he's ramped up talk that the election is "rigged" for Clinton, even as national polls and surveys in battleground states show the Democratic nominee opening up a consistent lead. But both his daughter Ivanka and his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, had said recently that Trump would accept the election results.
Overall though, the Las Vegas debate, moderated by Chris Wallace of Fox News, was markedly more policy-focused than the two previous events. He opened with asking the candidates about the Supreme Court, their positions on gun control and abortion, and also delved into their plans for immigration and the economy. - Read More, NPR