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The 10 Best Lines From The Debate So Far

We have some bad hombres here and we’re going to get them out

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took the stage for their third and final debate Wednesday night. So far, it’s been a more civilized affair than the first two debates, with the candidates hardly interrupting each other. And we can all thank moderator Chris Wallace for keeping things relatively under control.


But that doesn’t mean there haven’t been fireworks with the candidates taking shots at each other on issues ranging from abortion to immigration and guns.

And, of course, it seems Trump has the line of the night so far talking about “bad Hombres.” Here are the 10 most memorable lines from the debate so far:

HILLARY CLINTON:

On the Supreme Court, Clinton said she would appoint justices, “in the great tradition of standing up to the powerful.”

On the Second Amendment: “I understand and respect the tradition of gun ownership.”

On overturning Roe v. Wade: “We’ve come too far to have that turned back now.”

On Trump’s immigration plan: “I think it’s an idea that would rip the country apart.”

On Wikileaks: “This has come from the highest levels of the Russian government.”

DONALD TRUMP:

On his Supreme Court nominations: “The justices I will appoint will be pro-life, they will have a conservative bent.”

On if he’d overturn national abortion laws: “That will happen.”

On late-term abortions: “You can say that’s ok, and Hillary can say that’s ok, but it’s not ok with me.”

On immigration: “We have some bad hombres here and we’re going to get them out.”

On Wikileaks: “That was a great pivot on the fact that she wants open borders … I don’t know Putin. He’s said nice things about me. If we got along, that would be good.”

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