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WND Michael Savage

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WND Michael Savage

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BY WND

A regular on “The Savage Nation” radio show during the long presidential election season, Donald Trump called Michael Savage on the afternoon of Election Day, giving an update of how he sees the vote unfolding and his reflections on his record-breaking, anti-establishment campaign. “We’re just hearing very good things, Michael. We’re hearing tremendous numbers (of voters) in New Hampshire, in Iowa, in Ohio,” Trump said. “I think we’re going to surprise people very gravely,” the Republican candidate continued. “It’s going to be an amazing surprise, I think, in Pennsylvania. Some terrific numbers. A lot of people voting in Florida – that I can tell you. “I think it’s going to be an amazing evening.” In the interview Tuesday, Savage expressed thanks to Trump for being a regular guest over the past year and for joining the show on a day in which he is doing very little media. Trump’s first interview with Savage was in 2011.

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FOX8 Lou Maglio

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FOX8 Lou Maglio

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called into FOX 8 News Tuesday night with a few things to say to last-minute voters. The businessman spoke to our anchors less than an hour before polls in Ohio close. "We're going to do a lot of great things," Trump told FOX 8's Lou Maglio. "There's plenty of time to do it." He said one of the first things he will do, if elected, is repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare. FOX 8 News reached out to Hillary Clinton's campaign, offering her the same opportunity.

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SiriusXM Alex Marlow

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SiriusXM Alex Marlow

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Donald Trump joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow for the Election Day edition of Breitbart News Daily. Trump said he’s feeling “unbelievable energy” from the crowds at his rallies as the presidential race comes to an end. “We had to have close to 30,000 people in Michigan at one o’clock in the morning,” he said, “because, you know, we added it on at the end. We’re doing great in Michigan. They’re great people, and the car business has been taken away, and so much has happened.” Marlow noted that Trump has been holding big rallies in traditionally “blue” states during the last days of his campaign, and asked for his thoughts on expanding the Republican “big tent” to include more longtime Democratic constituencies. “You have to do it,” said Trump. “You know, we’re at a tremendous disadvantage in the Electoral College. As you know, she starts off with like about 240; her number’s around 240 before she starts. The Republicans are at a tremendous disadvantage. But I have a great relationship with New Hampshire, as an example. A great relationship with various places like North Carolina, which I guess you could say is purple, but I think we’re gonna do great there, and so many of the others.” Trump said. “So it’ll be a very interesting evening, I think. Don’t you think?”

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WTVN Joel Riley

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WTVN Joel Riley

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BY CROSSROADS TODAY

Donald Trump still would not unequivocally commit to accepting the outcome of the election. In a different interview Tuesday morning, Trump said he "wants to see what happens" before accepting the results. "I want to see what happens, you know, how it goes as per our previous little chat," Trump said on Newsradio 610 WTVN. "You know, you want to see. You hear so many horrible stories and you see so many things that are wrong. So we'll take a look. Certainly I love this country and I believe in the system, you understand that."

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WFLA Jack Harris & Tedd Webb

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WFLA Jack Harris & Tedd Webb

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BY FLORIDA POLITICS

Working until the last hour to drive out turnout on Election Day, Donald Trump appeared on Tampa radio station 970 WFLA Tuesday morning. When asked if he’ll accept the results from tonight’s election after suggesting for months that the results will be “rigged”, Trump said he would, provided everything was on the “up and up.” Trump said. “They have a clip of Obama basically saying that Chicago elections are rigged, and I’m saying to myself, can you believe that?,” he told “Morning Tampa Bay” hosts Jack Harris and Tedd Webb. He was referring to a comment made by Barack Obama when he was running for president in 2008 when he said that,“I come from Chicago, so, so I want to be honest. It’s not as if it’s just Republicans who have monkeyed around with elections in the past. Sometimes Democrats have, too,” Obama said. “Whenever people are in power they’re, you know, they have this tendency to try to, you know, tilt things in their direction.” Trump said. “So no, if I think everything’s on the up and up, that’s a lot different,” Trump continued. “And we can only see what happens. I hope it’s going to be very fair. I think we’re going to do very well.”

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Fox & Friends

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FOX & FRIENDS

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Election Day is finally here, and Donald Trump is confident in his chances of winning the White House. The Republican nominee called in to "Fox & Friends" this morning to lay out his "closing argument" to American voters. "We have to build up our military. It's depleted. We have to take care of our vets. We have to make strong borders. We have to make great trade deals, and we have to terminate ObamaCare," Trump said. He added that that protecting the Second Amendment and nominating good Supreme Court Justices are also vitally important. "We have a great, great country. We have tremendous potential. Definitely go out and vote."

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