Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump called Democratic presidential nominee a "nasty woman" during their third and final debate on Oct. 19 (video below).
Debate moderator Chris Wallace asked about funding Medicare and Social Security, reports Politico, and Clinton said:
Well, Chris, I am on record as saying we need to put more money into the Social Security trust fund. That's part of my commitment to raise taxes on the wealthy. My Social Security payroll contribution will go up as will Donald's, assuming he can't figure out how to get out of it, but what we want to do is to replenish--.
"Such a nasty woman," Trump interjected, and then made a face.
Clinton didn't flinch and continued, reports Politico:
The trust fund by making sure that we have sufficient resources and that will come from either raising the cap and/or finding other ways to get more money into it. I will not cut benefits. I want to enhance benefits for low-income workers and for women who have been disadvantaged by the current Social Security system.
Clinton also said that Obamacare "extended the solvency of the Medicare trust fund," and that if Trump repeals Obamacare then "our Medicare problem gets worse."
Trump was asked by Wallace earlier in the debate if he would abide by the election results if he loses, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Trump replied: "I will tell you at the time. I'll keep you in suspense."
"That’s horrifying," Clinton added. "He’s talking down our democracy, and I, for one, am appalled."
Trump's statement contradicted his running mate, Republican vice presidential nominee Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana, who said they would accept the results on NBC's "Meet The Press" on Oct. 16, reported NPR.
"We will absolutely accept the result of the election," Pence said. "Look, the American people will speak in an election that will culminate on November the 8th. But the American people are tired of the obvious bias in the national media."
Trump told a rally in Bangor, Maine, on Oct. 15: "The election is being rigged by corrupt media pushing false allegations and outright lies in an effort to elect Hillary Clinton president. We are going to stop it. We are not going to back down."
Trump tweeted on Oct. 16: "The election is absolutely being rigged by the dishonest and distorted media pushing Crooked Hillary - but also at many polling places - SAD."
NPR reports that there has not been any evidence of widespread voter fraud.