GOP nominee Donald Trump's eldest son on Tuesday said that if his father loses the election to Hillary Clinton, he will concede and work to unite the country.
"If he loses, and it's legit and fair, and there's not obvious stuff out there without question, yes — all we want is a fair fight," Donald Trump. Jr. said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program. "And I think that is what we want not just for this election, but for all elections."
Trump Jr., also appearing on ABC's "Good Morning America,"said "we've all grown a lot during this process, we've all learned a lot" and that his father has seen many people "whose American dream has been exported to foreign countries and someone else is living that dream.
"We want to bring that back and we want to do that as best we can regardless of the outcome [of the election]."
Trump Jr. said that he had been very moved by the campaign, explaining "it's been incredible to be able to go around the country to see all these people, so many who have been disaffected by the political system, and that's really a bipartisan problem, and to be able to see them and have them come up to you with that emotion."
When asked about the polls showing his father is behind, Trump Jr. stressed he wants "everyone to turn out, people who have been let down by the system. I want them to turn out, I want them to vote, I want them to bring their friends."
He also expressed hope that this campaign "can be a start of that movement to give those people back their voice . . . I'd love to see politicians wake up that they actually have to start supporting their constituency, the people they're supposed to represent.
"What I've seen in this process, it's been government of the elite by the elite and for the elite. The American people want to have a voice again."
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