Donald Trump’s best quotes from the third presidential debate will make you glad this is all almost over

No one will blame you for not looking forward to the last and final debate in Las Vegas. These things are awful and contentious. But the good news is that this is the last one, so you might want to treasure off the best Donald Trump quotes from the third debate because you’re not going to get very many more gems before November. And by gems I mean balls of moldy cheese you forgot were in the fridge. Because when you talk about the “best” things Trump said, it usually means the most outlandish, insulting, offensive, untrue bile that comes out of his mouth. It’s not like Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is all that better during these nasty face-offs, but Trump really takes it.

The debate was heated from the very beginning and topics chosen by moderator Chris Wallace didn’t help to ease the tension. Try getting Clinton and Trump to speak coherently and calmly about immigration, the Supreme Court, national security, debts and entitlements, and, of course, fitness to lead. But it wasn’t just policy that the two spoke about (if one can even really say that they did talk about policy between the shouting and interrupting); they also went at each other, hurling insults, as always. It was sort of amusing, if you’re into deeply unsexy forms of masochism.

Here are some of the best lines from Trump on Wednesday:

When Roe V. Wade came up, Trump revealed his shaky concept of what abortion is.

“You can take the baby and rip the baby from the womb of the mother, and I won’t allow it.”

Naturally, some people on Twitter had thoughts about that.

Does he think the doctor just reaches into the woman with an iron claw? Because all of us would oppose that.

When the subject of immigration came up, Trump revealed there are drug lords he considers “bad” and those he considers grey-zone when he said:

“All of the drug lords, all of the bad ones.”

Did the good ones deliver him coke before the last two debates? Unsurprisingly, people have their theories on Trump’s vague terms.

On the subject of immigration, Trump also has some theories about Obama.

“President Obama has deported millions and millions of immigrants and nobody knows about it.”

I suppose, if we don’t know about it, the mystery in this statement makes sense. Again, it doesn’t actually speak to Trump or Clinton having solid policies.

When he decided to roast Clinton by comparing her to Vladimir Putin.

When he bragged about his lack of remorse for his sexual assault allegations.

“These women, I think they want either fame, or her campaign.”

He even clarified that he didn’t apologize to his wife following the nine allegations of sexual assault waged against him.

“I didn’t even apologize to my wife.”

An advisor told Politico that Trump is “an uncommonly lucky man,” and he must be if he’s made it this far. Trump could scalp a baby red panda on the debate stage at this point and his supporters will think he’s The Man. Wednesday’s debate was no different, but we can at least all be glad it’s over.