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Orchestrated Distrust of Voting System Could Harm Democracy

On the night of the first 2016 presidential debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump on September 26, I met a friend at his place for a quick bite before we headed to watch the event at an East Village bar. Conversation turned to post election scenarios: primarily, will voters, especially Trump's staunchest supporters, unify around Clinton if Trump loses? "I worry about his fringe supporters, those Alt-right [Alternative Right] types who might not accept the outcome of the election, then all hell will break lose," said my friend.
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