The long-suffering Chris Wallace in final presidential debate

Donald Trump is ending his presidential bid the same way he began it: defiant and provocative, breaking campaign norms and ignoring experts’ advice — and becoming the nation’s first presidential nominee in memory to say he wouldn’t necessarily accept the election returns on Nov. 8.

At the third and final debate in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Trump ticked off a list of grievances: Voter fraud he claims could let millions of ineligible people cast ballots. Charges of sexual misconduct against him that he said were “probably” generated by opponent Hillary Clinton’s campaign. A news media he labeled as corrupt. And the stunning suggestion that he just might not concede the election if he lost.

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