Social media always gets the last laugh when it comes to trending topics and the second Presidential debate wasn't any different.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took the stage in the second presidential debate on Sunday, October 9 and both candidates provided plenty of material for the internet comedians.
It seems as though a fly that landed on Hillary Clinton's face during the debate, is getting the most publicity on Tuesday morning.
A twitter account was even created for the now-famous fly.
— Hillary's Fly (@FliesForHillary) October 10, 2016
The Democratic Presidential candidate didn't even flinch when the fly landed on her eyebrow for half a second. But the internet is making that half a second, one of the "buzziest" moments of the second debate.
— holly (@holly_beers) October 10, 2016
And the memes, oh the memes. Social media is swirling with memes of the candidates on stage together. #DebateKaraoke is now a trending topic online because many of the pictures look like the candidates are singing a duet together.
Take a look at some of the hilarious memes and tweets from Sunday night:
— kimberly johnson (@kimijtoo) October 10, 2016
— Fantasy Consultant (@ConsultFantasy) October 10, 2016
— Wads (@Willcadams) October 10, 2016
— Garrett Broad (@GarrettBroad) October 10, 2016
— Dammit Erin (@Elm3c) October 10, 2016
You tell us what you think they're singing...
This episode of Jerry Springer is pretty crazy #debates
— Eli Lieb (@elilieb) October 10, 2016
And many are talking about the moment that Donald Trump said he didn't agree with Mike Pence on targeting military targets of Syria's Assad. Social media joked that an episode of Jerry Springer was about to break out on the debate stage.
While I may not be able to moderate a debate, sounds like Mike Pence and Donald Trump might need to come on my show to talk things out.
— Jerry Springer (@jerryspringer) October 10, 2016
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