Donald Trump said he’s afraid the general election in November will be rigged, but didn’t elaborate on the comment at a rally in Ohio Monday afternoon.
“I’m afraid the election is going to be rigged, I have to be honest,” the Republican nominee for president said, in remarks that did not mention the controversy generated by his comments about the parents of a slain U.S. soldier.
Trump said he felt the Democrats had fixed their primary system so Hillary Clinton could defeat Bernie Sanders and claimed that the Republican nomination would have also been stolen from him had he not won “by such tremendous margins.”
“I could have a very nice life right now; I don’t have to be with you people, ranting and raving,” he said at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, after noting that “it takes guts” to run for president. – READ MORE