Donald Trump continues to be dogged by criticism for his failure to say during his debate with Hillary Clinton whether he would concede if he loses on Election Day. Trump says he’ll accept the results if he wins.
Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona is among the Trump critics, some of whom contend that Trump’s reluctance strikes at the heart of American democracy; that as President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama railed against Trump at separate campaign events Thursday.
AURN’s Kim Lampkins has more …
President Obama also ripped into some Republicans lawmakers who have criticized their presidential nominee, but continue to support him. Florida Senator Marco Rubio was one of those people:
Obama: How can you object to Trump's remarks, "and then say, 'But I'm still going to vote for him'? Come on, man” https://t.co/TOKp8wWH7x
— CNN (@CNN) October 20, 2016
.@SenJohnMcCain: Post-election concessions are “the American way” https://t.co/vwna9Dg0A2 | Getty pic.twitter.com/XxZQmhNVp1
— POLITICO (@politico) October 20, 2016
Source: Washington (AP/AURN)