Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump traded shots tonight over who each candidate hasn't apologized to for perceived offenses.
"He never apologizes for anything to anyone," Clinton said at the second presidential debate, listing a Muslim family whose son died in Iraq, a federal judge of Hispanic heritage and a reporter with a disability as examples of people Trump has insulted.
"He never apologized for the racist lie that president Obama was not born in the United States of America," she added. "He owes the president an apology and our country an apology and he needs to take responsibility for his actions and his words."
Trump hit back by telling Clinton she should apologize for supporters he's argued perpetuated the idea that the president wasn't born in the United States, a charge she and campaign surrogates have denied.
"You owe the president an apology because as you know very well, your campaign Sidney Blumenthal is another real winner that you have and the that got this started with your campaign manager and were on television two weeks ago saying exactly that," Trump said. "You owe him an apology and sent the pictures around your campaign and sent the pictures with President Obama in a certain garb long before I was involved."