Donald Trump will still not commit to accepting the outcome of the election, CNN reports.
In radio interviews on Tuesday, the Republican candidate would not say what he would do if he lost the race, according to CNN.
Trump appeared on AM Tampa Bay on 970 WFLA and was asked if he'd contest the election if the results were close.
"Well if I think there's something that was wrong," he said, according to CNN. "If I think everything's on the up and up, that's a lot different and we can only see what happens. I hope it's going to be very fair. I think we're going to do very well."
In another radio interview, the GOP nominee said he was waiting to see what happens.
"You hear so many horrible stories and you see so many things that are wrong," CNN quoted Trump. "So we'll take a look. Certainly I love this country and I believe in the system, you understand that."
He also called the midday Fox News "America’s Election HQ" broadcast, and reiterated his refusal to commit to accepting the results.
Pressed by anchor Martha MacCallum made several mentions of the "rigged system" of voting.
"We'll see. Who knows? We'll see," Trump said. "We're going to see how things play out today. Hopefully they'l play out well. Hopefully we'll win… Hopefully everything's going to be on the straight and up."
Trump's running mate Mike Pence said the candidate will accept the results if there's a "clear outcome," Politico reported. "I think both campaigns have also been very clear that in the event of disputed results, they reserve all legal rights and remedies."
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