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Without hand shakes, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in the third and final presidential debate Wednesday at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Here is who Trump and Clinton invited to the final presidential debate

Patricia Smith, mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith, addresses the Republican National Convention in July in Cleveland. (AFP/Getty Images)
Patricia Smith, mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith, addresses the Republican National Convention in July in Cleveland. (AFP/Getty Images)

Usually, the special guests whom presidential nominees invite to their debates are meant to underscore some central theme of the candidate’s agenda or uplifting moment in their biography.

This year, the guests in the spotlight underscore how much the candidates dislike one another.  Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will be bringing people whose purpose for coming appears to be antagonizing their opponent.  

Here’s who will be in the guest seats in Las Vegas on Wednesday night:

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