USAfrica: Trump refuses to say he will accept result of 2016 U.S Presidential election


By Chido Nwangwu • @Chido247  • @USAfricaLive

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[sticky title=”” title_url=”” title_icon=”” title_bg_color=”” title_text_color=”” title_border_bottom_color=”” main_color=”” thumb_bg_color=”” enable_tab=”” count=”4″ orderby=”latest” duration=”all” show_view_all=”on” item_title=”in” cates=”” cate_scenario=”combination” authors=”” exclude_authors=”” tags=”” ignore_sticky_posts=”on” exclude_loaded_posts=”” show_comment=”on” show_readmore=”on” show_author=”icon” show_date=”date” meta_item_order=”a_c_d” show_format_icon=”” show_review_score=”” number_cates=”1″ snippet_length=”150″ thumbnail_height=”310″ rainbow_thumb_bg=””][/sticky]In a radical, potentially disruptive message to his followers and a departure from the traditions of American democracy, the U.S Republican party flag bearer, Donald J. Trump declined to promise that he would “absolutely accept” the results of the presidential election of November 8, 2016.

Debate moderator Chris Wallace asked the controversial billionaire if he would commit to accepting the result of the race, regardless of outcome, Trump responded, “I will look at it at the time.” Wallace pressed further and Trump insisted “What I’m saying is that I will tell you at the time. I’ll keep you in suspense.” The comments during the final debate which held at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, had the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate Hillary Clinton characterize Trump’s comments as “horrifying.”

Forthcoming 2017 BOOK: In this engaging, uniquely insightful and first  reportage book, MANDELA & ACHEBE: Footprints of Greatness, about two  icons and towering  of African descent whose exemplary lives and friendship  lessons for humanity and Africans, USAfrica Founder Chido Nwangwu takes a measure of their works and  to write that Mandela and Achebe have left “footprints of greatness.”

He chronicles, movingly, his 1998 reporting from the Robben Island jail room in Soutmandela-achebe-chido-book-cover-img_0075h Africa where Mandela was held for decades through his 20 years of being  to Achebe. He moderated the 2012 Achebe Colloquium at Brown  in Providence, Rhode Island.”I’ll forever remember having walked inside and peeped through that  Mandela jail cell (where he was held for most of his 27 years in unjust imprisonment) at the dreaded Robben Island, on March 27, 1998, alongside then Editor-in-chief of TIME magazine and later news chief  of the CNN, Walter Isaacson (and others) when   Clinton made his first official trip to South Africa and  to Robben Island. Come to this island of scourge and you will understand, in part, the simple greatness and towering grace of Nelson Mandela”, notes  Chido Nwangwu, award-winning writer, multimedia
specialist and founder of, the first African-owned U.S-based newspaper published on the , in his first book; he writes movingly from his 1998 reporting from South Africa on Mandela.

  •Dr. Chido Nwangwu, moderator of the Achebe Colloquium (, and  in Africa) December 7-8, 2012 at Brown  in Rhode Island and former  on Africa business/issues to the Mayor of Houston, is the Founder & Publisher of Houston-based USAfrica multimedia networks since 1992, first African-owned, U.S-based newspaper published on the; CLASSmagazine,, the USAfrica-powered e-groups of AfricanChristians, Nigeria360 and the largest pictorial events megasite on the African diaspora www.PhotoWorks.TV . He was recently profiled by the CNN International for his pioneering works on multimedia/news/public policy projects for Africans and Americans.