Heading into the third and final presidential debate, all eyes will be on how the two candidates close their argument to the American people with just three weeks remaining until Election Day. For Repubican nominee Donald Trump, he's using the opportunity to make headlines once again.

Trump's guest list

One of the biggest stories from the second 2016 presidential debate was when Trump decided to hold a press conference just hours before with Bill Clinton sexual assault accusers. Following the press conference, Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, and Kathleen Willey made their way to the debate and served as one of Trump's invited guests, which caused an instant media backlash who labeled the ordeal a political stunt.

As Trump and Hillary Clintonmake their way to University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Wednesday night, Trump has revealed his final debate guest list filled with even more controversial names, as reported by NPR on October 19.

The name invited that has gotten the most attention has been Malik Obama, President Obama's half-brother from Kenya. The estranged relationship between the two escalated after Malik Obama blamed the president and Clinton for killing his "friend," former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. During an interview with The New York Post this summer, the president's half brother expressed his support for Trump because billionaire real estate mogul "speaks from the heart."

Another person that will be in attendance will be Patricia Smith, the mother of Sean Smith, who was killed in the Benghazi terrorist attacks in 2012.

Smith spoke at the Republican National Convention in July, and was greeted with cheers from the conservative crowd. She has since gone on record to blame the former Secretary of State for her son's death.

Other names to attend as Trump's guests will be retired Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, and four "Angel Moms," which is the name given to mothers whose children have been killed by illegal immigrants.

Leslie Millwee, a former Arkansas television report who recently accused Bill Clinton of sexual assault, will also in the crowd. Rounding out the list is former half-term Gov. Sarah Palin, who is expected to appear after receiving an invite, which was reported by MSNBC's Hallie Jackson as late addition.

Election update

Following an October that has included multiple allegations of sexual assault against him, Trump has found himself falling in the polls and is currently trailing Clinton by nearly double digits on a national level.

Due to this, Trump has pushed the debunked conspiracy theory that the election is being rigged against him by the media and the Clinton campaign, though no credible evidence has been released to back-up his claims.