Who won the final 2016 presidential debate?

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LAS VEGAS — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have held their third and final debate. The GOP nominee refused to say that he would concede on Nov. 8 if Americans choose Hillary Clinton as the 45th president. The Republican nominee says he would "look at it at the time." When moderator Chris Wallace pressed, Trump responded that he would keep him "in suspense." Trump has argued that the national media is trying to rig the election.

On the Supreme Court, Trump said he would appoint justices who would defend the Second Amendment and gun rights and would be pro-life. Clinton said she believes the court should overturn the Citizen's United case, which opened the political system to what she called "dark money."

Donald Trump says the Clinton Foundation is a "criminal enterprise" and is calling on Hillary Clinton to have the foundation return money it's received from countries with repressive human rights regimes. There is no evidence the Clinton Foundation has broken any laws. Clinton says she is "thrilled" to discuss the foundation's work, and says it is a world-renowned charity that has helped millions of people.

Donald Trump has defended his immigration policy and noted that some of his guests at tonight's debate in Las Vegas lost relatives to killers in the country illegally. Trump repeated his vow to build a wall. Clinton said she doesn't want to rip families apart, especially those who with children born in the United States. Clinton said Trump's proposal would require a massive law enforcement effort to round up millions in the country without documentation.

The candidates for president have quarreled over Moscow's influence in the presidential campaign. Hillary Clinton charged that Donald Trump has been a "puppet" for Russian leader Vladimir Putin and condones what intelligence officials say is Russian intrusion. Trump countered that he doesn't know Putin and that Clinton dislikes the Russian leader because he has outsmarted the former secretary of state and President Barack Obama.