While the one above is from Pennsylvania, there's a similar one from OH, excerpts from which can be read here.
We're going to watch Pennsylvania. "So I hope you people can sort of - not just vote on the 8th - go around and look and watch other polling places and make sure that it's 100 percent fine". "If you do that, we're not going to lose". "Because if we get cheated out of this election, if we get cheated out of a win in Pennsylvania, which is such a vital state, especially when I know what's happening here, folks".
Then on Saturday morning a Trump spokeswoman detailed the campaign's concerns.
"There's cheating in every election", Sessions said on ABC's "This Week". Pierson said. "This is not far-fetched".
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Speaking at a rally in Altoona, PA on Friday, Donald Trump told his audience that the only way he could possibly lose the Keystone State is if there's rampant voter fraud.
This increasing talk of voter fraud and rigged elections is raising fears that Trump supporters could go out in large numbers to try to intimidate minority voters, notes the Los Angeles Times. The state's voter ID law was struck down in 2014.
A source close to Donald Trump's campaign says top aides are taking turns traveling with the candidate to keep him on message. "Many states it gets approved and some states they don't get approved", Trump said.
Trump's latest moves echoed - but went even further than - his statements last week in OH that he's "afraid the election is going to be rigged".
"We have to call up law enforcement, and we have to have the sheriffs and the police chiefs and everybody watching", Trump said.
Trump's remarks came just as news broke that his campaign requested a meeting with Republican National Committee officials, most likely in an attempt to stave off an abandonment of Trump by the party, as numerous former RNC operatives and former elected officials are demanding in an open letter to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.
Sessions said Sunday he thinks "too much has been made out of" Trump's comment.