Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton “such a nasty woman.” Clinton said Trump “thinks belittling women makes him bigger. ” And in one of the most striking moments of a presidential campaign with all too many of them,
The third and final presidential debate between the Republican nominee Trump and his Democratic rival Clinton had all the vitriol that has defined their contest,
with interruptions, insults and more. At least one scientific poll said Clinton—who has opened up a formidable lead across the electoral map amid Trump’s slide in the polls—was once again the victor.
Trump refused to say that he would even accept the outcome of a democratic election.
polls asked about Trump possibly not accepting election results: "You heard what he said."
Trump campaign has only tried to challenge two of the many accusations of sexual assault. And that's been very thin.
Abortion Q: Do you want the court to overturn Roe v. Wade?
Trump: "That'll happen ... it will go back to the states."
That answer led some pro-life advocates to question Trump’s professed commitment to overturning abortion.
Trump will not say he wants Roe V Wade to be overturned.
THIS is the guy we're supposed to trust as pro-lifers. Pathetic.
Trump then elaborated to say his appointment of pro-life Justices would lead to Roe v. Wade being over-turned “automatically.” That comment, in turn, produced puzzlement in the legal community, who pointed out that the Supreme
Court doesn’t work in this fashion — that decisions are not changed “automatically” with new judges.
Highlights of the Final Presidential Debate