After Donald Trump fueled his warnings about voter fraud on Wednesday night by refusing to commit to accepting the results of the election, one Fox News editor pointed out that there couldn’t possibly be enough voter fraud to account for the Republican nominee’s significant lag in the polls.
During a post-debate discussion about Trump’s warnings about a “rigged” election, Megyn Kelly asked Chris Stirewalt, the outlet’s digital politics editor, “What if there is voter fraud?”
“Of course there’s voter fraud. He’s losing by eight points. There ain’t that much voter fraud,” Stirewalt said. “If the whole country was Chicago there wouldn’t be enough voter fraud to do that.”
Watch the exchange via Fox News: