Ahead of the third and final presidential debate, Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence says Donald Trump will reform Washington, D.C.. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Pence rallies support for Trump in Durango, Colorado ahead of the last and final presidential debate. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump faces a formidable challenge on Wednesday when he and Democrat Hillary Clinton go head to head in a third and final debate as Trump tries to reverse momentum in an election that polls show is tilting away from him. Clinton has struggled to get past concerns about transparency raised over her handling of emails while she was secretary of state from 2009 to 2013. "This week, the FBI actually confirmed that the State Department offered a quid pro quo to the FBI if they changed the classified status of documents that made their way onto her private server," Pence said. "Donald Trump's going to drain the swamp, and restore integrity to our nation's capital." Undersecretary of State Patrick Kennedy pressured the FBI to unclassify certain emails from Hillary Clinton's private server that were previously deemed classified, according to FBI documents released Monday that cited redacted sources. Trump and Clinton face off one last time in Las Vegas Wednesday evening.