Final Donald Trump Vs. Hillary Clinton Debate: How It Went Down

By Dominic Patten, Ross A. Lincoln

Associated Press

The third and final debate between GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nom Hillary Clinton just wrapped at in Las Vegas. The 90-minute affair simulcast on national TV and the web was the most policy-heavy of the massively watched previous two debates, with topics ranging from the Supreme Court to immigration to tax police. But it ended like it started — with the candidates not shaking hands as is the custom in U.S. politics.

Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace did the best he could keeping the 90-minute debate from going off the rails from the beginning as the candidates landed their final (live TV) blows before the November 8 election.

Here’s how we called the action (and there was lots of it):

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