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At 9 pm EST tonight, Donald Trump will square off with Hillary Clinton for the third, and thankfully final, presidential debate.
At this point, these things are like dentist appointments:
On Wednesday night, four women accused Donald Trump of sexual assault, detailing incidents that took place across several decades in locales ranging from a first-class flight to New York to Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
Coming on the heels of "hot mic" footage in which Trump boasted about groping unsuspecting women, these accusations would've been enough to bury just about any other presidential campaign in history.
Throughout his controversial run for the White House, Donald Trump has maintained an unusual relationship with NBC and its on-air talent.
Back in the early aughts, the network helped the GOP candidate maintain his household name status with The Apprentice.
Thank you, Betsy McCaughey.
We really needed a laugh today.
Ken Bone remained above the fray on Sunday night.
While insults flew back and forth between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton (see above video), this red-sweater wearing gentlemen from Missouri earned the love and affection of nearly every Presidential debate viewer.
Well, this sure was interesting, wasn't it?
If you watched the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, you may remember that toward the end of the night, Trump pointed one of the Flamin' Hot Cheetos that he calls fingers squarely at the mainstream press for allegedly treating him unfairly throughout his campaign.
Donald Trump enjoys many things:
Feeding his old toupees to his stable of horses, enjoying a nice warm glass of proletarian tears before heading to his office at the Ministry of Love, and of course, tweeting.
LeBron James has taken the unusual step of endorsing a Presidential candidate.
It's unusual to see a sports figure make such a public pronouncement, but it's also unusual for one of our two political parties to nominate a manipulative, lying bigot for the highest office in the land.
We still have six weeks remaining in the longest presidential campaign in U.S. history, and it remains unclear whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will emerge triumphant on November 8.
Of course, at this point, even those on the losing side will likely be happy to see the interminable process come to an end.
Donald Trump was definitely sniffling a lot on stage at the 2016 Presidential debate, and may have a cocaine problem.
This is what many people on the Internet took away from the first matchup of Trump and Hillary Clinton on Monday night.