Donald Trump debates Hillary Clinton at UNLV in Las Vegas on Oct. 19, 2016. (Photo: Mark Ralston/AP)Moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News pressed the question again. "I will tell you at the time," Trump weaved. "I'll keep you in suspense." The final presidential debate of the 2016 campaign got off to a remarkably civil start Wednesday night: two candidates discussing serious issues such as abortion and gun control. Imagine that. Could this campaign, ugly and unpredictable for so long, finally be veering back to more traditional territory? Don't count on it.
'She's guilty of a very, very serious crime'
"I, for one, am appalled that somebody who is the nominee of one of our two major parties would take that kind of position."
Hillary Clinton waves to the audience as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump puts his notes away after the third presidential debate on Oct. 19, 2016. (Photo: John Locher/AP)"There was even a time when he didn't get an Emmy for his TV program three years in a row, he started tweeting that the Emmys were rigged," Clinton said. Trump jumped in: "I should've gotten it." That drew a chuckle from the audience, but Clinton insisted it was no laughing matter. "This is a mindset," she said. "This is how Donald thinks. And it's funny, but it's also really troubling." She went on to extol the U.S. history of free and fair elections and said plenty of candidates have accepted the outcomes even "when we may not have liked them." The Republican nominee was uncowed. As the 90-minute debate moved on to other subjects, Trump got in one last dig: "Such a nasty woman."
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