After turbulent week, Trump revisits talk of 'rigged election'

Trump holds a rally with supporters in Bangor, MaineBy Steve Holland PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (Reuters) – U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, fighting to overcome setbacks and polls showing a tough path to the White House, on Saturday doubled down on his claim that the U.S. election is rigged against him. Trump challenged accusations from several women that he made unwanted sexual advances toward them. Trump spokesman Jason Miller denied a new allegation that surfaced on Saturday, saying there was “no way” Trump had kissed a woman without permission 20 years ago at his Florida resort.

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