WASHINGTON (AP) -- Donald Trump is mocking his much-derided comment at the presidential debate that he might not accept the results of the election.
Trump kicked off a rally Thursday in Delaware, Ohio, by saying that he "would like to promise and pledge to all of my voters and supporters and to all of the people of the United States that I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election." But he added: "If I win."
Trump is continuing to raise concerns about the integrity of the election, despite a lack of evidence of widespread voter fraud in the country.
Trump is saying he won't commit to honoring the results of November's election because he wants to reserve his right to file a legal challenge "in the case of a questionable result."
He alleged without evidence that Hillary Clinton's campaign was trying to "rig" the election.
Trump made the unprecedented assertion during the final presidential debate Wednesday. Asked if he would concede if he loses the election, Trump said, "I will look at it at the time."
Trump says he'll re-organize the way the government handles trade policy, creating what he'll name the "American desk" inside the Department of Commerce.
Trump says American trade policy is currently mismanaged by dozens of different government offices including the departments of state, treasury and agriculture.
Trump says the reorganization is necessary in order to streamline trade policy and prioritize it.
Trump says, "The mission of the American desk will be to protect the economic interests of the American workers and the national interests of the United States."