WATCH: Jimmy Kimmel Made a Hilarious Mashup of All the Times Trump Interrupted Clinton and Chris Wallace
While more focused on the issues than the last two presidential debates, Wednesday night's debate was full of interruptions, mainly from Donald Trump.
Because of the strict debate rules "there wasn't as much back and forth, which is hard for Donald Trump because that's what he likes," Jimmy Kimmel noted post debate.
"But to [Trump's] credit, he did manage to keep [his interruptions] short," Kimmel added.
During the debate, Trump performed his classic move of dropping his voice and muttering "wrong," while Hillary Clinton anwered a question. In fact, Trump was so fed up by the end of the debate, he even interrupted Chris Wallace, the moderator, with this technique.
"One thing everyone here can agree on, we hope you will go vote, it is one of the honors and obligations of living in this great country," Wallace said, as Trump shook his head.
"Wrong," Trump interrupted.
"That's a weird position to take," Kimmel noted.
So is calling your opponent a "nasty woman" minutes after boasting that "no one respects women more" than you do. Yes, Trump went there.