GOP nominee Donald Trump told supporters in New Hampshire Thursday that he believes Monday’s debate was ‘rigged’, and that the media is continually fabricating stories about his campaign, quoting inside ‘sources’ who do not exist.

During his speech to thousands of followers, Trump described the debate, moderated by NBC’s Lester Holt, as “a rigged deal.”

“I had to put up with the anchor and fight the anchor on everything I said.” Trump exclaimed.

“What a rigged deal, I tell you, we are in such a rigged system — it is terrible. What’s going on in this country is so sad. But it will change. Remember Nov. 8th.” Trump added.

Trump went on to cite a series of online polls that declared him the winner of the debate.

Practically every poll had Trump as the winner, except for one CNN poll that was provably gamed. However, the mainstream media and Hillary supporters en mass claimed that Trump was citing ‘non-scientific’ polls.

In a further attack on the media, Trump took to his twitter account Friday and declared to his followers that media outlets are fabricating quotes and attributing them to ‘unnamed sources’ from inside his campaign.

“There are no sources, they are just made up lies!” Trump tweeted.

Trump also lashed out at CNN again, deriding the network’s recent ratings figures and calling it the ‘Clinton News Network’

Trump also used his Twitter platform to address the ongoing saga over Hillary Clinton using a former Miss Universe, Alicia Machado, to go after Trump.

Clinton alluded to comments Trump made years ago about Machado gaining significant weight following her Miss Universe win.

Hillary’s campaign attempted to use the issue as a way of going after Trump as ‘sexist’. However, it has all backfired after cursory searches into Machado’s past revealed a rather sordid history.

Trump capitalized on the revelations, saying it shows Hillary has poor judgment:


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