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.

Rigged election? No, Elizabeth Warren says, Trump is trailing in polls due to his 'creepy bullying'

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, one of Democrats' favorite Donald Trump antagonists, launched a new hit on the Republican nominee on Twitter over his renewed warnings about election fraud and a "rigged" election.

If there's anything to blame for his deficit in the polls, it's his "creepy bullying," the lawmaker asserted.

Warren also challenged the Republican Party more broadly, saying Trump's rhetoric was just an extension of past GOP talking points. It's the subject of a longer op-ed she penned for the Washington Post.

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