Should Clinton become our next president, Trump can help the country by quickly and clearly accepting the outcome and offering to support her. On the other hand, he can continue to vilify the electoral process. Imagine that he refuses to concede defeat and blames his loss on a rigged election. How would his supporters respond to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and Clinton looking for bipartisan solutions to the many problems our country faces? Would any of them turn to "Second Amendment remedies," as Trump supporter Sharron Angle once suggested? It could happen. Last week, the Boston Globe wrote, "If Trump doesn't win, some [of his supporters] are even openly talking about violent rebellion and assassination." Also, the FBI announced it had broken up a right-wing militia's plans to blow up a Muslim neighborhood in Kansas the day after the election. Do you think that Trump's repeated condemnations of Muslims, his us-versus-them mentality, his declaring, "Frankly we're having a problem with Muslims" might have influenced those militiamen's thoughts? We know that at least one of the three men the FBI apprehended is a Trump supporter.