Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton clash over the right to bear arms during their third and final debate ahead of the Nov. 8 election. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton clashed over the Second Amendment Right to 'keep and bear arms' during the third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas on Wednesday. "I respect the Second Amendment," Clinton said. "That is not in conflict with sensible, common sense regulation," she added. Trump countered by saying he would do more to protect the right to bear arms. "We are going to appoint justices to help the Second Amendment," Trump said. Trump has been damaged recently by several accusations of groping women - which he denies - and concerns about his claims that the election will be rigged against him. The debate at the University of Las Vegas Nevada gives the New York businessman perhaps his best remaining chance to sway the dwindling number of Americans who are still undecided about which way to vote in the Nov. 8 election. For Clinton, who leads national polls and in most of the battleground states where the election will likely be decided, the 90-minute debate is a chance to make a closing argument on why she is best suited to succeed President Barack Obama. Tens of millions of voters are expected to tune in.