The third and final presidential debate is over, and these celebrities sure had a lot to say about it on Twitter. Check out some of the best celebrity tweets from the last debate night.
The final debate was held at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas on Wednesday night.
The debate was entertaining, that is for sure, but is that what we want out of a presidential debate? The presidential debates are supposed to be a forum for each presidential candidate to voice their opinions, concerns, and plans for the country, should they become President.
The debate included Donald Trump calling Hillary Clinton “a nasty woman” while also claiming, “Nobody has more respect for women than I do. Nobody.”
Trump also went on a tangent by saying that he should have won an Emmy for his show, The Apprentice, and that he would not necessarily go quietly, should Hillary Clinton win the election instead of him.
People all over the world had more than enough to say about the last presidential debate, and so did some of your favorite celebrities.
Handler tweeted out to her followers in the midst of the debate.
The only person with more respect for women than Donald Trump is Bill Cosby. #debate— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) October 20, 2016
The Republican candidate summarized his take on the process by saying, “you rip the baby out of the womb.”
Bill Maher tweeted at Donald Trump during the debate making fun of the Republican candidate for his ridiculous inaccuracies.
Trump on fetuses: In 20 years, they'll be dating me!— Bill Maher (@billmaher) October 20, 2016
Trump has a history of making distasteful comments implying he was interested in underage girls, according to The Huffington Post.
Shonda Rhimes, creator of shows like Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How To Get Away With Murder, tweeted out to her fans to point out the fact that Trump spoke nothing but nonsense throughout the debate.
HRC: facts, smart things, plans, intelligence, all kinds of Hermione. Him: bigly, (sniff), random words, lie, terrorism, I am rich— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) October 20, 2016
Leslie Jones, a comedian on Saturday Night Live, also took to Twitter to make fun of Donald Trump, saying that Vladimir Putin only wants him to be President so that he can use him to his advantage.
“Dude Putin only want you to be president so he can take our a*s. F****NG idiot he don’t respect you!”
Jones is referring to when Mrs. Clinton called Trump a puppet of Vladimir Putin. Trump offered a weak comeback to the claim.
“No puppet. No puppet. You’re the puppet.”
Actress Elizabeth Banks had something to say about Donald Trump calling Hillary Clinton “a nasty woman” and quoted this tweet from Planned Parenthood.
J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter books, referred to Trump as a giant orange egg while praising Hillary Clinton.
Well, there you have it. A highly intelligent, experienced woman just debated a giant orange Twitter egg. Your move, America. #debate— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) October 20, 2016
Chelsea Handler jumped back in and made another comment on her Twitter towards the end of the debate.
Breaking Bad actor, Aaron Paul, finished off debate night with a tweet dissing Trump.
"Very much smarter".-Trump— Aaron Paul (@aaronpaul_8) October 20, 2016
Donald Trump regularly incites political violence, has publicly lied, and is a racist and misogynist who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims from entering the United States.
Hillary was quick to point out that Mr. Trump had used undocumented workers to build Trump Tower, even threatening the workers with deportation.
Hillary Clinton strategically outsmart Donald Trump in this final presidential debate, turning herself into his relentless tormentor, and even deploying some of his own trademark tactics against him.
Trump repeatedly gave up chances to respond to Secretary Clinton’s claims. Clinton dominated the confrontation from the opening moments of the debate, tactfully baiting him over and over.
Does Donald Trump have any chance at winning the presidential election at this point? These celebrities will definitely not be voting for the Republican candidate come November.
If you did not catch the final presidential debate last night, feel free to watch the entire video below.
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