NEW YORK (AP) - Their three debates are finished, but Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have one more showdown. With jokes.
The venue is the annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in New York. Every four years, the white-tie charity gala becomes a showcase for presidential politics.
Tradition dictates that the candidates deliver humorous remarks poking fun at each other and themselves, a jovial custom that seems hard to envision amid such an ugly campaign. Trump regularly calls Clinton "Crooked Hillary" and says he'd put her in jail if he wins the presidency. Clinton says Trump lives in his own reality and lacks the temperament to be president.
The two fierce rivals will also sit just one seat apart for the evening, with New York's Cardinal Timothy Dolan acting as the only buffer.