The Best Reactions From Wednesday's Presidential Debate
Break out the confetti and cue the balloon drop. You've survived the final debate of the 2016 presidential election. Wednesday's debate was the last of three verbal tussles between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
The debate was every bit as contentious as the last two but seriously lacked in the Ken Bone department.
Here's a look at some of the internet's funniest reactions to Wednesday's debate at the University of Nevada Las Vegas.
Ok. Here we go.
Donald Trump's episode of "Drunk History" is on right now, you guys.— Dan Kennedy (@DanKennedy_NYC) October 20, 2016
Y'all. There's a baseball game on. And lots of books you've never read. Netflix. Hitting yourself with a hammer. Anything but the debate.— Grammaticus Finch (@briankspears) October 20, 2016
ppl like "what's with Hilary's pantsuit, she looks like a interplanetary leader from the future"— Casey Johnston (@caseyjohnston) October 20, 2016
DRESS FOR THE JOB YOU WANT
Things started calm and there was briefly hope that this would be a civil discussion of policy and ideas. But that was obviously never going to be how this went down.
Then the internet went bonkers when Trump said "bad hombres."
"Some bad hombres." Wow. Trump is now quoting my Grindr profile for the gay vote.— Louis Virtel (@louisvirtel) October 20, 2016
Julia Louis-Dreyfus had to chime in after Clinton said Trump claimed the Emmys were rigged becauseThe Apprentice never won an Emmy, despite getting a few nominations. Louis-Dreyfus probably just thinks they aren't rigged because she keeps winning statues. Or maybe she's the one rigging it. Gasp.
OMG i just asked my 6 year old brother what he thinks of Trump and he said "stop trying to use me for political gain on twitter you dick"— Nathan (@NathanCSN) October 20, 2016
Where is Perd Hapley as a presidential debate moderator when you really need him— Alanna Boo-nett (@AlannaBennett) October 20, 2016
Chris Wallace is all, "It's not over yet people!" while everyone's trying to walk to their car before the rush— Molly Knefel (@mollyknefel) October 20, 2016
Turns out President Obama isn't the only one who watches Game of Thrones.
That's it. You've reached the end of the tweets and the end of the debates. Only 19 more days until Election Day. Don't forget to get out and vote on Nov. 8.
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