Twitter weighs in on the second presidential debate

- Here’s what social media took away from the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

1. There was no Handshake. 

2. The economy...just kidding, "The Fly.”

A fly landed on Hillary as she talked about Trump. At least she wasn’t talking about no fly zones. 

3. Some saw a debate, but others saw a duet when both candidates had their mics up.

 

 

 

 

4. Abraham Lincoln was name dropped.

Hillary Clinton was asked about being two faced for a comment she made to Wall Street banks about having public and private positions. Clinton brought up Lincoln in her response.

5. What about jailing your opponent?

Not saying that’s true, but you can never miss an opportunity to remind the world about Putin’s finest photo shoot.

6. Who won the debate?

According to social media: Ken Bone. The man who asked the question on energy was the highest trending name on Twitter after the debate.

And that’s what makes America great.

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