The Most Savage Tweets About Trump From The Presidential Debate You Gotta See To Believe

The entire world was watching... and laughing!
The Most Savage Tweets About Trump From The Presidential Debate You Gotta See To Believe

Last night, it seems the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was the only thing on TV and this morning, it's dominating the internet.

But let's be honest, the debate itself wasn't very interesting, it was the same old crap you've been listening to for the past year.

Pretty much the only good thing to come out of the debate were all the amazing tweets, memes and jokes that have been posted online.

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As Canadians we can't vote anyways, we can only stand idly by and watch what happens, so we might as well be watching the more entertaining aspects of this election.

Here are the funniest and most savage tweets about last night's debate. If you want to see more, check out the tags: #debates #debatenight #TrumpWon  #hillaryclinton  #realdonaldtrump

Me: RN #debatenight pic.twitter.com/6E4XHX5suh

— Nomy Sahir (@Nomysahir) September 27, 2016

Trump's response to everything Hillary brings up about his past. ???#Debates2016 #debatenight pic.twitter.com/9rim21t10D

— Philip DeFranco (@PhillyD) September 27, 2016

— Sam Harris (@SamHarrisOrg) September 27, 2016

This is a debate between a politician and your uncle's Facebook page.

— Nate Pyle (@NatePyle79) September 27, 2016

— Josh Gondelman (@joshgondelman) September 27, 2016

#TrumpWon the award for obvious cocaine abuse on live television.

— Mickey D (@Urza83) September 27, 2016

#debatenight

— Maddie Stone (@themadstone) September 27, 2016

My favorite part of the night..... I'll release my tax returns when you release your 30,000 emails. BOOM! #debatenight

— Justin Ellett (@justinellett) September 27, 2016

#debates

pic.twitter.com/Clti75SwsD

— Justin (@JustinCentric) September 27, 2016

"Donald, we've set the lowest debate expectations for you of all time. Just don't fail spectacularly."

"Got it." pic.twitter.com/dM0zTnLEv8

— Chris Schleicher (@cschleichsrun) September 27, 2016

#debatenight

pic.twitter.com/ycMWyTwyfE

— Time Out New York (@TimeOutNewYork) September 27, 2016

Debate Drinking Game: Drink every time the debate makes you feel like drinking.

— Charles Davis (@charliearchy) September 26, 2016

#debatenight

pic.twitter.com/8TNlkaX2qn

— garisto (@lunagaristo) September 27, 2016

Iconic #debatenight pic.twitter.com/79Sa8twLOx

— roldy (@GeraIdHayes) September 27, 2016

This is marvellous. Don't know who did it. But bravo. #dear #debatenight pic.twitter.com/fGtKdbiWiY

— westendproducer (@westendproducer) September 27, 2016

Shortly on #debatenight pic.twitter.com/E5y7WRTljr

— Russian Market (@russian_market) September 27, 2016

This is honestly the greatest edit EVER! ? #debatenight pic.twitter.com/hqxBFOhInN

— ☜═㋡ J!M (◣﹏◢) (@_JMOxQ) September 27, 2016

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