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Is election rigged? Trump says, 'Ask Obama'

Donald Trump continued to warn about a "rigged" election Monday and suggested that President Obama in 2008 had acknowledged voter fraud.

"Ask Obama," Trump told reporters after an event at his Doral golf course resort in Florida. "Tell him to look at his tape when he was running eight years ago."

Trump was referring to a campaign stop Obama made in Ohio during the 2008 campaign that has been widely circulated in recent days on Breitbart News and other conservative media sites. (Breitbart's Steve Bannon is now a top Trump adviser.)

At the event, Obama was asked how to guarantee valid elections. he joked, "It helps in Ohio that we got Democrats in charge of the machines."

Obama's quip was part of a broader commentary about the need for both parties to uphold the integrity of elections in order to prevent voter fraud and "ensure people aren't being discouraged to vote."

"It's not as if it's just Republicans who have monkeyed around with elections in the past. Sometimes Democrats have too," Obama said.

With Trump trailing in most polls, he has been upping his claims of a "rigged" election, unsettling leaders of both parties.

Several senators are in tight reelection battles that will determine control of Congress. Asked repeatedly if the Senate elections were also "rigged," Trump declined to answer.

Here is the video and headline conservative websites are circulating: 

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