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Donald Trump has changed his tune. After telling the moderator at the final primary debate that he would keep the suspense on whether he would accept an adverse verdict after the elections, he toned down and said that he would be happy with the result -- be it win, lose or draw. At a campaign in North Carolina, one of the crucial swing states, Trump said he was giving his best and did not want to have any regrets.
Tomorrow night is the final face-off in the 2016 race. At stake: the crucial, undecided voters.
Alright, so some reality mixed with satire. The last two debates have definitely let themselves to comedic moments.
We are back here at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and in just a few hours, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, as you know, are going head to head for the third and final debate.
The organizers are finalizing details for carrying out the third and final presidential debate to be held in the center Thomas & Mack of Las Vegas, Nevada . An event that could tilt the election in favor of some of the presidential candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
The last of the debates between the two main contenders to win the White House, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, will take place Wednesday in the city that never sleeps.
Surrounded by heavy security, with mountains and casinos of the famous "Strip" as environment, the University of Nevada in Las Vegas will host tonight's final debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump before the presidential election in the United States, on 8 November.
The eyes of the nation and of the world will turn to Las Vegas and the campus of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, this evening for the final presidential debate of the 2016 election.
At 10am last Wednesday, as most of the Las Vegas strip is only just rousing, there is already a large, boisterous crowd gathered outside the gleaming golden tower that is Trump International Hotel.
Many voters looked to the third debate for Donald Trump to discuss policy. “Hillary’s trying really hard to make Trump’s policy fall into the background,” said Kylie Johnson of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. “I think that Trump really needs to focus in on his policy and so far we haven’t really seen a lot of that.”
Consumers in sporting goods stores today are faced with seemingly countless choices of footwear. But are any of those innovations really helping you run longer or jump higher? And are those expensive sneakers any better?
Gretchen Carlson is both extraordinary—in her cultural visibility, in her multimillion-dollar career, in her personal accomplishments—and utterly ordinary. When she filed a lawsuit in July alleging sexual harassment during her tenure at Fox News, she became part of a disturbing statistic: at least 25% of American women say they have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace, according to a 2016 report from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She also faced an obstacle that blocks an untold lot of them: an arbitration clause in her employment contract.
Like many young voters, Jimenez, a 24-year-old Los Angeles native, doesn’t like either of the major party candidates. And he’s torn because he feels a third-party vote could negatively affect the outcome of the election.
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