U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump will ''do the right thing,'' win or lose, after the November 8th election, says his daughter Ivanka Trump. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will respect the result of the November 8 election, his daughter Ivanka Trump told a women's business conference in Southern California on Wednesday (October 19). Ivanka Trump comments came after the Republican nominee has been alleging that election will be rigged against him. "Well my father he's in this to win it and you know I'm not interested in talking about alternative outcomes and of course, I think my father will always do the right thing, that's the type of person he is," Ivanka Trump told Fortune Magazine's Most Powerful Women summit in Laguna Niguel, California. "But when you asked me before do I think the it's rigged, I think from a media perspective it's very hard to get an accurate portrayal of who he is as a person or the business he's built, his professional accomplishments, it's borderline impossible," she added. Trump and and Democrat Hillary Clinton go head to head on Wednesday night in a third and final debate as Trump tries to reverse momentum in an election that polls show is tilting away from him. Trump has been damaged recently by several accusations of groping women - which he denies - and concerns about his claims that the election will be rigged against him. The debate at the University of Las Vegas Nevada gives the New York businessman perhaps his best remaining chance to sway the dwindling number of Americans who are still undecided about which way to vote in the Nov. 8 election. Tens of millions of voters are expected to tune in.