The Free Beacon put it best:
The third and final presidential debate of 2016 will take place Oct. 19 at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced Wednesday. The contest will be held almost exactly two years after Clinton delivered remarks at the UNLV Foundation Dinner in Las Vegas.
Clinton’s paid appearance at the event last October sparked controversy, as the former secretary of state required a payment of $225,000 for the remarks. Months ahead of the engagement, the Las Vegas Review-Journal published details of Clinton’s contract with the university’s foundation, which included demands for a “presidential suite,” round-trip travel via a 16-passenger private jet, and a $1,250 stenographer to produce a transcript of the speech made exclusive only to Clinton.