Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump took the debate stage for the third and final time Wednesday night at UNLV. ICYMI: Here’s a recap of the evening’s pivotal moments and initial reactions.
Highlights from the final Clinton-Trump presidential debate.
Topics Treated During the Debate:
1. Debt and Entitlement
4. Supreme Court
5. Foreign Hot spot
6. Finest to be President
Firstly there was no handshake between the two participant of the election debate . which now seems pretty normal.
Trump, during opening remarks: “I believe if my opponent wins this race, which I truly don’t believe will happen…”
Watch the Highlights of the Final Presidential Debate Between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton
Trump, during the debate called Hillary Clinton a “nasty woman”
Trump suggests that under his administration, he would appoint justices that would overturn Roe v. Wade.
Hillary calls for a liberal Supreme Court. Interesting opening act.
Donald Trump on Immigration: “We have some bad hombres here.” We’re going to get them out”
Trump: “Hillary Clinton wanted the wall… She never gets anything done so naturally the wall wasn’t built”
Clinton calls Trump out on Putin, demands that he reject Russian interference in election. Trump responds: “How did we get to Putin?”
Donald Trump denied being close friends with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Clinton on trade: “There is only one of us on this stage who has actually shipped jobs to Mexico… that’s Donald”
Donald Trump: “No one has more respect for women than I do.”
In hall: Laughter
Chris Wallace: “Please, everybody”
Your headline from the debate last night… Trump on whether he will accept results of election: “I will look at it at the time” “I’ll keep you in suspense” Donald Trump declines to say whether or not he will concede to Clinton if he loses.
Hillary Clinton ends debate with message of unity and says “I hope you will give me a chance to serve as your president”
What people will remember:
1. “Such a nasty woman”
2. Trump refusing to say he’ll accept result of Nov. 8.
All that’s left now is to vote on November 8th. Who won the final debate? https://t.co/QqUvhjGgCQ
— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) October 20, 2016