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Trump on Contested Election: ‘I Can’t Tell You What’s Going to Happen’

President Donald Trump told the New York Post in an interview Friday that he is determined to continue challenging the results of the presidential election in court, and said of his expectations for the outcome of the contested election, “I can’t tell you what’s going to happen.” Trump told the Post’s Michael Goodwin that he believes “this election was stolen,” pointed to enthusiasm shown for his candidacy at large-scale rallies, railed against the voting software system used to tally votes, and insisted that “it’s not possible” that he lost. Asked whether he would accept the results if his raft of legal challenges fail, he said, “We’ll see how it turns out.” “It’s hard to come to terms when they won’t let your poll watchers in to observe” vote tabulation, Trump said, adding, “Again, I can’t tell you what’s going to happen.” Trump has several outstanding legal challenges in key battleground …