At a campaign event in New Hampshire on Saturday, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump renewed allegations that the U.S. presidential election is rigged against him.
"The election is being rigged by corrupt media, pushing completely false allegations and outright lies, in an effort to elect [Hillary Clinton] president," Trump said at an outdoor rally in Portsmouth, N.H.
Leaders on both sides of the political spectrum worry that this rhetoric, which supporters sometimes repeat in interviews, undermines the electoral process in a country with a history of peaceful democratic transition.
At the same event, Trump also accused Clinton of being on some kind of drug during the last debate.
Trump was mocking Clinton for taking time off from the campaign trail to prepare for the next debate when he made the extraordinary suggestion that she might have been on some kind of performance-enhancing drug during their last face-off.