At the final presidential debate, weeks before America votes to elect their next leader, Hillary Clinton defended her plans to invest in people, especially middle-class, and increase social security trust funds. She said her life's work was dedicated to women and children and said she won't close doors on immigrants and refugees. Republican Donald Trump attacked Ms Clinton over the rise of ISIS and blamed the Obama administration for the refugee crisis. He reiterated his plans to build a wall to secure borders and fight Islamist radicalism. He said his business, converting a one million dollars loan from his father into assets worth billions, was an example of how he can make America 'great again'.