Donald Trump's campaign prepared both a concession speech and a victory speech for Election Night, sources told NBC News.
More time was spent on a concession speech, as the campaign's own data showed only a narrow path to the 270 electorates needed to win the White House.
His campaign felt pressure to acknowledge the outcome of potential defeatafter Trump's repeated comments about a "rigged" system and concern over whether he would accept the results of the election. But as results poured in and a victory seemed likely, the victory speech was revised in real time.
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Trump's running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and writer and policy adviser Steve Miller worked with him to write the speech.