Half of Republican voters would reject Clinton win, poll finds

Trump cast the USA into uncharted political waters by suggesting he may not recognise the result of the November 8 presidential election and could launch a legal challenge if Hillary Clinton wins. "I will keep you in suspense".

Conway said on the circuit of Sunday morning political discussion programmes that many media outlets say that a win by Clinton is virtually a foregone conclusion.

In her first campaign rally since Wednesday's third and final debate, the Democratic nominee slammed Trump for taking such an unprecedented position. Clinton herself continued with a line of attack she has used often in the Rust Belt states of OH and Pennsylvania, as they try to win over white, working class voters.

"When ultimately she got the mic, she had some very amusing things that she had said, and I don't think they got as many laughs as they could have just because the tone in the room had shifted a bit".

But then suddenly, decided when I ran for president as a Republican, that I've always been a no-good, rotten, disgusting scoundrel.

"I think this is the evening at its best", he added.

"I'm looking so forward to doing that", the Republican nominee told the approving crowd.

Cardinal Timothy Dolan told NBC's Today on Friday morning that he was "very moved by the obvious attempt on behalf of both Secretary Clinton and Mr. Trump to kinda be courteous, to get along, to say nice things privately to one another".

Reaching back to his original joke of Hillary being a different person in private than she is in public, he continued.

"We're having some fun here tonight and that's good", he said before continuing his speech. Bill Clinton was a great President.

"Maybe they'll vote for Trump, I don't know, maybe I shouldn't be saying that", he said, shrugging and egging the crowd on. Al Smith, a Democrat, was the first Roman Catholic candidate to become a major party candidate for the presidency. "And it wasn't easy".

The dinner is named after the former NY governor, who was the first Catholic to receive a major party nomination for president when he unsuccessfully ran in 1928.

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