What if Trump never concedes the election: 'Rigged' talk raises vexing scenario

WASHINGTON - When Scott Farris wrote a book on the legacy of U.S. presidential-election losers, he began with a chapter paying tribute to the concession speech — that moment of grace that greases the engine of self-government.

"It's one of the things that makes American democracy work," says Scott Farris, author of "Almost President: The Men Who Lost The Race But Changed The Nation." "Our democracy's a bit more fragile than we think.

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