It’s neither Clinton nor Trump; the winner is American sense of ‘humour’
The most awaited event of the day-the third and final round of the US presidential debate-- just got over on Wednesday night in Las Vegas.
As polls are busy curating figures to come up with the winner's name, social media has an answer.
It's neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump; the real winner is the American sense of humour, as voters are all set to elect their next president on November 8.
Sorry! Nobody praised the candidates
Let us for a change stop analysing on what the candidates said about what.
According to most of the opinion columns by leading American dailies, both the Republican presidential nominee and Democratic presidential nominee were lackluster during the debate.
Twitter to tickle your funny bone
What we can do is to look at these tweets that clearly explained the state of mind of an average American voter:
trump hasn't yelled or interrupted hillary at all or even scream 'WRONG'.
HAS SCIENCE GONE TOO FAR? #debatenight— Sky Williams (@SkyWilliams) October 20, 2016
"And what size ice cream cone would you like mr trump?"
"I want the bigliest one"
"...so a large?"#debatenight— RyansAverageLife (@RyanAbe) October 20, 2016
ppl like "what's with Hilary's pantsuit, she looks like a interplanetary leader from the future"
DRESS FOR THE JOB YOU WANT— Casey Johnston (@caseyjohnston) October 20, 2016
Well, now we know Trump's Spanish vocabulary is all of 2 words: "hombre" and "taco". I'd gladly teach him a few more choice words... https://t.co/rgBq0Yyi3J— Ana Navarro (@ananavarro) October 20, 2016
SUCK IT, DINGUS. pic.twitter.com/2PulW5DUl6— Ian Karmel (@IanKarmel) October 20, 2016