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Actually, you guys, Jerry Springer won the debates

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The first presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump took place on Monday night, and it was, by all counts, a bizarre event. CNN put together a great compilation of some of the most succulent moments, of which there were many. #Stamina #Jobs #Taxes #Birtherism #Iraq #TaxReturns

Oh, and #RosieODonnell.

NPR fact-checked in real-time, and the results are fascinating (and educational!).

Politifact ran a truth-o-meter, and the results are a little harrowing.

Trump talked about his temperament, and Hill’s response was golden.


Trump kept interrupting…

The debate was the most Tweeted debate ever.

The reactions across Twitter were hilarious.

And the gifs. Oh, the gifs.

But, the award for best debate summary goes to Jerry Springer, of all people.

Don’t recall who Jerry Springer is? He’s the host of that talk show that tends to incite people into on-stage brawls after receiving the results of their paternity tests. He chooses the cream-of-the-crop of American citizens to rage against one another. And, he has a political background of his own, having once been the Democratic mayor of Cincinnati.

In one tweet, Springer encompasses the qualifications and behavior of both candidates.

Oh, boy. He really nailed it there.

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