Donald Trump Pledges To Accept Election Results If He Wins

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton shared the stage for possibly the last time Wednesday night.


The Republican presidential candidate and Democratic presidential candidate had some nasty and heated moments throughout the third and final presidential debate.
When moderator, Fox News' Chris Wallace, asked Trump if he would accept the election results in November, whatever they end up being, he said "What I'm saying is that I will tell you in time." "I'll keep you in suspense, OK?"


Trump said Clinton has more experience than him, but it's what he called bad experience.
As for the sexual assault allegations from numerous women against Trump, the GOP presidential candidate said he doesn't know the women and they're making those claims for fame or told to do so by the Clinton campaign.
 

Clinton said Trump doesn't respect women. She said the reason Russian president, Vladimir Putin, prefers Trump is he'd rather have a puppet as president of the United States. She told the crowd Trump hired undocumented workers to build the Trump Tower in Manhattan and underpaid them.
 

In an update, ABC News reports, at a rally in Delaware, Ohio on Thursday Trump clarified if he would accept the election results.
He said, "I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election -- if I win."