WATCH: Trump and Clinton Full Third and Last Presidential Debate

'Bad Hombres' and 'Nasty Woman': The final debate was one for the record books with Trump refusing to commit to accepting election results.

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Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump met his opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, for one final debate Wednesday night in Las Vegas, Nevada, where the event was highlighted by Trump's blatant refusal to commit himself to accepting the election results come November 8.

The candidates sparred over many other issues, from abortion and taxes, to immigration and the national debt. The event was the last time the two will debate each other before American's turn in their ballots in one of the most unusual and contentious election seasons in living memory.

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