While Donald Trump continues to garner more headlines from last night's final Presidential Debate, his opponent, Hillary Clinton, had her fair share of memorable moments, too.
Clinton came out swinging on a number of occasions during the final Presidential Debate Wednesday night, calling out Trump for his constant complaints about "rigging," his stance on women and the Trump Foundation.
Here are the five best burns from Clinton directed at Trump from Wednesday night's debate:
One of Trump's newest lines of attack of late is that the election is "rigged," whether it be through the media's support of Clinton or through voter fraud. At Wednesday's debate, Clinton commented on Trump's pattern of claiming things are rigged whenever he loses or feels slighted.
"He said the Republican primary was rigged against him," Clinton observed. "Then Trump University gets sued for fraud and racketeering. He claims the court system and the federal judge is rigged against him. There was even a time when he didn't get an Emmy for his TV program three years in a row, and he started tweeting that the Emmys were rigged."
The Television Academy, the organization that hands out Emmys, since tweeted that the awards are not, in fact, rigged.
The topic of experience was brought up, and while Trump claimed that Clinton only had "bad" experience, the Democratic nominee fired back by observing where they both were in 2011: "On the day I was in the Situation Room monitoring the raid that brought Osama bin Laden to justice, he was hosting 'Celebrity Apprentice'."
Trump's stance on women has been a sticking point on both sides of the aisle in this election. While Trump has claimed that no one has more respect for women than he does, his comments both in the past and now in the present have certainly raised eyebrows.
"He went on to say, 'Look at her. I don't think so.' About another woman, he said that wouldn't be my first choice," Clinton said, discussing Trump's comments about women. "He attacked the woman reporter writing the story, called her disgusting as he has called a number of women during this campaign. Donald thinks belittling women makes him bigger."
Trump would later refer to Clinton as a "nasty woman."
Clinton pointed out that 17 intelligence agencies have found that the various WikiLeaks controversies against her have come from the Kremlin in Russia, as an attempt to influence the U.S. election and essentially get Trump elected. She then asked if Trump would finally condemn their meddling.
"I actually think the most important question of this evening, [moderator] Chris [Wallace], is finally will Donald Trump admit and condemn that the Russians are doing this and make it clear that he will not have the help of Putin in this election, that he rejects Russian espionage against Americans which he actually encouraged in the past?" she said.
After Trump suggested that his opponent's Clinton Foundation was a "criminal enterprise," Clinton took the opportunity to attack his own organization, the Trump Foundation.
"I'd be happy to compare what we do with the Trump Foundation, which took money from other people and bought a six foot portrait of Donald. I mean, who does that? It just was astonishing."