Trump sharpens 'rigged' election allegations disputed by Republican lawyers

Trump holds a campaign rally in Green Bay, WisconsinBy Emily Stephenson and Alana Wise GREEN BAY, Wis./WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Monday cited studies he said showed rampant voter fraud, saying the Nov. 8 election was “rigged” against him even as Republican lawyers called his allegations unfounded. Trump, a New York businessman making his first run for public office, has sought to raise fears of a flawed election as he has fallen in opinion polls against Democrat Hillary Clinton. “They even want to try to rig the election at the polling place,” Trump told a rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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