Not only is Donald Trump calling the justice system and media rigged, but also the national polls that have recently been released. In almost every election poll that was conducted after the debates, Republican nominee Donald Trump found himself trailing behind Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
When asked by Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly whether he believed the polls were rigged, he said, “I have no doubt about it. I won the third debate easily. It wasn’t even a contest and everybody had me winning. Every poll had me winning, big league. And then CNN did a poll and they had me losing somewhat and I said how did that happen I wonder.”
“I’m winning in certain polls and then in other polls, the dirty polls we call them, I was losing by numbers that were ridiculous,” he said. “I think we’re winning, but Bill you look at some of these polls it’s absolutely ridiculous.”
Trump acknowledged that he was losing in some polls but has said that there is “tremendous dishonesty” in these polls, although he has refused to acknowledge them for quite some time.
“You look at the media how horrible they are, how false they are, how negative they are toward me. I think 93 percent of the stories they write are negative even if it is a positive negative they will always find a way to make it negative,” he continued. “I’m not quite used to it because I used to get great publicity. Now no matter what you do it doesn’t make any difference.”
“I think the biggest rigging of all is what has happened with the FBI and Justice Department with respect to Hillary Clinton because she is so guilty in so many different ways that she should not even be allowed to run for president so right there the system is really rigged,” he said. “She should not be allowed to run for president.”
Trump also weighed in on NBC’s release of the 2005 “Access Hollywood” tape, in which Trump uses lewd language to talk about his advances toward women, saying the release was “certainly illegal.”
With regards to the “Access Hollywood” tape that was released with audio recordings of Trump using lewd language, he believes the release was illegal. “It was locker room talk, the microphone was not supposed to be on – not that I make that as an excuse for myself but certainly it was an illegal act that was NBC,” he said. “It was not supposed to be on.”
When asked if he will take legal action against NBC, he responded, “Well, you’ll see, you’ll see.”
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