In their third and final debate, the two candidates didn't disappoint our ready and waiting fact check team at NBC News and PolitiFact. In a wild 90-minute debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton brought up dozens of inaccuracies, half truths, and a few surprising truths.
We fact checked the whole thing. Here's what we found.
1. Trump said the election is "rigged." It's not.
2. Trump said Justice Ginsburg insulted his supporters. She didn't.
3. Trump said Ginsburg apologized. She didn't, she said her comments were "ill advised."
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4. Clinton said she opposed a Supreme Court ruling on guns because the overturned law was trying to protect toddlers. It did involve kids, but that's not all the law did.
5. Clinton said her plan won't add a penny to the debt. That's unlikely.
6. Trump said that Clinton supports all kinds of abortion, including ripping "the baby out of the womb of the mother just prior to the birth." That's mostly false.
7. Trump said Clinton wants open borders. She doesn't.
8. Clinton said she was talking about energy when she mentioned "open borders" in a private speech. That appears to be true.