What to Expect From Hillary Clinton at 3rd Presidential Debate

ABC News' Cecilia Vega reports on Clinton's debate preparation and why she is bringing Mark Cuban and Meg Whitman as her guests to the final presidential debate.
1:40 | 10/19/16

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Transcript for What to Expect From Hillary Clinton at 3rd Presidential Debate
Now to Hillary Clinton. You heard Donald Trump criticize her for being off the trail for prepping for the debate but her team says it works. They say just look at the last two debates. Let's look at Cecilia Vega live in Las Vegas this morning with new reporting on Clinton's strategy going into tonight. Two big issues, they say, she's going to go there? Reporter: Yeah, they sure do. Two issues in the headlines. Here they are, his claims of a rigged election and, of course, those women who have come forward to accuse Donald Trump of sexual misconduct. She has yet to actually take him on directly on those two fronts and we expect her to do so for the very first time in here tonight. Also we're told she's been preparing to answer questions about those hacked wikileaks e-mails. We expect her strategy, though, to be to turn it to Russia which, of course, is behind the hacks. We also know she is planning on a big head game in this hall tonight. She is bringing two guests of her own, reality TV star billionaire Donald Trump nemesis mark Cuban and meg Whitman, Hewlett-Packard's CEO, a big-time Republican supporter of Hillary Clinton's. Both of them in the hall. Back to the argument from trump turning this back to stamina. Several days of debate prep but she's had an answer for that before saying you're right, I did prepare. She seems to think this really works for her. Reporter: Yes, she says preparation is key to her performance on that stage. Not just that, her aides say it has paid off in the polls post debate that she's seen a bump but take a look. We crunched the numbers. Donald Trump has held twice as many campaign events than Hillary Clinton in the last few months, 81 to her 32. We expect him to surely bring up this issue of stamina on the stage in here tonight. We'll see you in prime time. Thank you. Tonight's debate, of course,

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