Betsy McCaughey, former lieutenant governor of New York, weighs in on how each candidate delivered their message in the final debate.
Michael Feldman, democratic strategist, Steve Forbes, Forbes Media, discuss whether Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have been able to get their message across to their base.
Steve Forbes, Forbes Media, and Michael Feldman, Glover Park Group founder, weigh in on the nation's hunger for change in Washington, DC. No one has helped Hillary Clinton more than Donald Trump, says Feldman.
Stan Collender, Qorvis MLSGROUP, and CNBC's John Harwood, discuss Donald Trump's controversial comment about accepting the election results.
CNBC's John Harwood provides highlights from the third presidential debate.
Following Wednesday night’s election debate, Saker Nusseibeh, CEO and banking standards board member at Hermes Investment Management, gives his thoughts.
Peter Trubowitz, professor of international relations and director of United States Centre at LSE, talks about the performance seen by both Clinton and Trump in last night’s debate.
Following last night’s TV debate, NBC News' Steve Handelsman discusses what happened, including Donald Trump’s refusal to commit to accepting the result if he doesn’t win.
Some college Republicans at Northeastern University find much to like about Trump's performance at the start of the final debate.
Trump says the wall was Clinton’s idea first.
Clinton questions Trump’s allegiance to Russia and Trump says Putin has outsmarted Clinton and Obama every step of the way.
Trump claims nobody respects women more than him. You be the judge.
Here are eight of the top moments between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump from their third debate.
The gloves came off in the final presidential debate as the candidates clashed over a "rigged" election, nuclear weapons, social issues and the economy.
In the third presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump interrupts Hillary Clinton as she speaks on their Social Security payroll contribution.
CNBC's John Harwood and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera give insight into the third presidential debate, including Donald Trump implying he may not accept the election results.
In the third presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump answers questions on why Americans should choose to elect him as president.
In the third presidential debate, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton answers questions on why Americans should choose to elect her as president.
In the third presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump answers questions on entitlements, "the biggest driver of national debt." Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton responds.
In the third presidential debate, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton answers questions on national debt.