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By Emily Stephenson and Amanda Becker JOHNSTOWN, Pa./CLEVELAND (Reuters) - Republican candidate Donald Trump said on Friday that he continues to believe the Nov. 8 election is "rigged" against him, a message that has resonated with members of his party, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows. Trump has been coy about whether he will accept the results of the election should Democratic rival Hillary Clinton beat him. Trump, 70, was in North Carolina and Pennsylvania, while Clinton, 68, campaigned in Ohio.
Successive cyber attacks took large portions of the internet off line on Friday, rendering major companies including Twitter and Netflix inaccessible to millions of users in the United States and elsewhere. Multiple times in a single day, the attacks incapacitated a crucial piece of internet infrastructure, frustrating or outright blocking access to websites and exposing vulnerabilities in the overall internet network. It also commanded the attention of top US security agencies including the Department of Homeland Security.