Donald Trump wisely reserved the right to investigate any reported election fraud. Had he stated that he would accept the results without reserving that right, American citizens might be subject to a fraudulent election.
When the other candidate is a proven liar, reserving the right to investigate is reasonable.
Sept. 2, Alex Griswold published a list of 40 instances when Hillary responded to FBI interrogators, “I don’t recall...” Either that is a strategy to avoid giving an answer that can be proven fraudulent, or the woman has such a poor memory that she can’t be trusted to carry out the duties of a president.
Trump’s reserving the right to verify election results is defending the American citizens’ right to an honest election.
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Leah Nakamura, Caldwell