Obama tells Donald Trump to stop whining
jamuna news desk: US President Barack Obama has told Donald Trump to "stop whining" as he rejected his claim that next month's White House election will be rigged.
He said Mr Trump's attempt to discredit a poll before it has even taken place was "unprecedented" for a US presidential candidate.
Also "unprecedented", said Mr Obama, was the Republican candidate's "flattery" of Russia's president.
Mr Trump is facing sinking poll numbers and accusations of sexual assault.
The businessman-turned-politician has claimed the 8 November election will be "absolutely rigged" for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Mr Trump and Mrs Clinton face off in the third and final presidential debate at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Wednesday.
The Republican candidate has seen his poll numbers slide since their first battle of wits, followed by the emergence of a 2005 sex boast tape that he was forced to address in the second debate.
Mr Trump denied any impropriety, but a number of women have come forward with sexual assault allegations against him.
Mrs Clinton will head into Wednesday's debate with a seven-point lead over her Republican rival, according to a Monmouth University poll.
She leads Mr Trump 47% to 40%, while 7% of likely voters say they will support the Libertarian Party candidate, Gary Johnson.