Lashing out at Republicans for downplaying his rhetoric about election fraud, Donald Trump today alleged that a large scale voter fraud is happening before and after the elections, but the party leaders are being "naive" about it.
Trump's allegation about voter fraud has been refuted by leaders of both the Republican and Democratic party.
Over the past few days the Republican presidential nominee has been alleging that there is a possibility of a large scale voter fraud.
Many political analysts and Democratic leaders have said that by making such an allegation, Trump is preparing ground for his possible defeat in the November 8 general elections.
"We have all got to come together and win this election. We can't have four more years of Obama (or worse!)," an undeterred Trump said on his tweet this morning.
Trump has more than 12.5 million followers on tweeter.
Trump is trailing in behind his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in general elections.
As per RealClearPolitics, which keeps tracks of all major national polls, Clinton is leading Trump by 5.5 percentage in average of major polls.
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