Reason TV caught up with Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson soon after his Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance to get his reaction to the final presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump. Johnson responded to Trump’s assertion that the election is rigged and would hold out accepting the result of the election, saying “I will look at it at the time.”
“That’s just not right,” said Johnson. “First of all elections are a state-by-state issue so to think that some sort of conspiracy exists that elections can be rigged, that’s not good for the system when in fact that’s not happening.”
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Watch for more on topics Johnson thought should have been covered more thoroughly in the debates, what he thought of the WikiLeaks revelations for the Clinton campaign and why he’s still optimistic about winning the election.
Produced by Paul Detrick and Alex Manning.
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