At tonight’s third and final debate Donald Trump falsely accused Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of saying “inappropriate” comments about him and his supporters.

Donald Trump: Justice Ginsburg made "innapropriate" comments about me #Debate https://t.co/U0Qg7uv85A https://t.co/2v8lnNGepS

— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) October 20, 2016

Ginsburg has criticized Trump in the past calling him a “faker.” "He has no consistency about him. He says whatever comes into his head at the moment. He really has an ego,” Ginsburg said. She would later call her comments “ill advised.” In response to Ginsburg’s comments Trump tweeted, "Justice Ginsburg of the U.S. Supreme Court has embarrassed all by making very dumb political statements about me. Her mind is shot—resign!" But at no point has Ginsburg made “inappropriate” comments about Trump’s supporters.

Last month Hillary Clinton was the one to make a comment about Trump’s supporters saying half of them are a “basket of deplorables.”

One of the first topics of the debate was gun control. Trump, who has been endorsed by the NRA and the gun lobby, said the “second amendment is under absolute siege.” He said he would appoint Supreme Court justices that would protect the second amendment. And if that doesn't work Trump previously suggested second amendment people might be able to stop Clinton from "abolishing" the second amendment. 

Donald Trump: "I'm very proud to have the endorsement of the NRA" #Debate https://t.co/U0Qg7uv85A https://t.co/lHtZDn3sWm

— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) October 20, 2016

Clinton called for background checks for guns and other “sensible” reforms that would save the 33,000 people dying each year from gun violence. She reiterated that she didn’t want to get rid of the second amendment.

.@HillaryClinton explains why she supports the Second Amendment but believes in gun regulations #DebateNight pic.twitter.com/1InSqlGI8G

— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 20, 2016