I absolutely loved Donald Trump’s answer to Chris Wallace’ “Gotcha” question of the night “Will you accept the outcome of the election”.
Ole Lefty Chris thought he had him. Great question, though. Reminds me of the “Do you still beat your wife” question. Either way you answer it, you’re screwed.
So if Donald Trump had said he will accept the results of the election, the media would spend the remainder of the cycle asking Trump why he is complaining about the “rigged” election of he is just going to roll over and accept the results of November 8th.
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On the other hand, has Trump said he would not accept the results of a rigged election, that would be all they talked about between now and election day.
So Trump outsmarted them, He told them he would let them know after the election was over.
(Just curious why Wallace didn’t have a similar gotcha’ question for his gal pal Hillary!)
Did Al Gore accept the results of the election? Hell no! He is still whining that he should be president because he won the popular vote. And I remember Gore contesting the election with recount after recount.
So if we have a similar situation and voter fraud and shenanigans that the Democrats are well known for (remember how Al Frankin kept finding boxes and boxes of ballots in car trunks in Minnesota?) should Trump allow Hillary to just walk away with a win?
Right now, none of us knows what will happen on November 8th. With Democrats fire bombing Republican Headquarters, getting caught on tape committing fraud, registering dead people, illegals on the voter rolls and intimidating Trump supporters at his rallies intent on starting fights, there is absolutely no way Trump can say at this point he is willing to accept the results.
So the media is ignoring Trump’s strong victory last night and the main topic is how Trump refused to accept the will of the people.
No he didn’t.
He said he will let you know. And that was a brilliant answer.
Because until the results are in, nobody can say for sure if the results will be indisputable.
Ask Al Gore. He’ll tell you.