The top “social moments” from the second presidential debate on Sunday, according to Facebook, where Donald Trump captured more of the conversation.
Top Social Moments
- Trump dismisses his running mate: “He and I haven’t spoken, and I disagree.”
- Trump responds to Clinton saying it’s good someone like him isn’t in charge of the law: “Because you’d be in jail.”
- Trump: “No, I’m a gentleman, Hillary. Go ahead.”
- Trump Tapes
- Government Ethics
Candidate Share of Conversation
Trump: 76 percent
Clinton: 24 percent
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