Twitter seems to be in agreement after last night's US Presidential debate - Hillary Clinton won on the night, writes Greg Murphy.
An estimated 100 million people watched the candidates clash on trade, foreign policy and tax.
Clinton accused her rival of being a racist, while Trump said she does not have the stamina for the White House.
So, what got the headlines?
Comments on Women
Trump has been crticised for some of his comments about women, and Clinton made sure the world knew about them from the debate stage.
And Twitter was right behind her.
Donald Trump: I respect women. pic.twitter.com/ImDH8NQvxh— sar (@whatshesaidman) September 27, 2016
Trump's Tax Returns
The debate also raised the question of Trump's tax returns and why he hasn't released them to the public yet.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) September 27, 2016
"The only years that anybody's ever seen were a couple of years when he had to turn them over to state authorities when he was trying to get a casino license, and they showed he didn't pay any federal income tax,"
In response to this statement from Clinton, Trump simply said: "That makes me smart".
Did he just admit to not paying income tax?
When the dust has settled from this debate, I suspect Trump acknowledging he pays no taxes (saying it's "smart," no less) will loom large.— Teddy Goff (@teddygoff) September 27, 2016
When Clinton speculates that Trump did not pay anything in taxes, he suggests rationale for not paying: "it would have been squandered too."— David Folkenflik (@davidfolkenflik) September 27, 2016
Did Trump just answer his charge that he didn't pay income taxes by saying "it would be squandered anyway?"— Jon Favreau (@jonfavs) September 27, 2016
Trump says if he paid taxes, “it would be squandered.” No, it would pay for roads, water, the military, the court system you use so much.— Arianna Huffington (@ariannahuff) September 27, 2016
Score for Trump?
Trump had Clinton under some pressure when he raised the controversial North American Free Trade Agreement.
The economists are shrieking right now, but Trump forcing Hillary to defend NAFTA is a bad look for her and good for him.— Esoteric Jeff (@EsotericCD) September 27, 2016
Trump takes over - your husband signed NAFTA -- the worst trade deal maybe signed anywhere.— Katty Kay (@KattyKay_) September 27, 2016
Some felt Clinton's delivery was a little forced at times…
Again with the terrible delivery of stiff punch lines...
Just give up @HillaryClinton.— J. Neal Rager (@nealrager) September 27, 2016
In comments made during the debate, Donald Trump claims he is more than fit to be president because he has a "good temperament".
“I think my strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament. I have a winning temperament.”
Twitter jumped all over that, making it the most tweeted-about topic of the debate.
Alone in my house & laughing like a loon, as Trump says he has a good temperament. And talks over @LesterHoltNBC as he does it.— Lee in Iowa 🆘 #TeamPelosi #Booker2020 (@Lee_in_Iowa) September 27, 2016
very very good temperament pic.twitter.com/YDHktWcwCD— emily bell (@emilybell) September 27, 2016
"I HAVE A GOOD TEMPERAMENT. IT'S MY BEST QUALITY. STOP INTERRUPTING ME WHILE I YELL ABOUT MY PERFECT TEMPERAMENT."— Adam Goldman (@theadamgoldman) September 27, 2016
"And then he said he had a good temperament!!" pic.twitter.com/dX2PW61Len— Doug Gansler (@DougGansler) September 27, 2016
A bad case of the sniffles
The Reublican nominee caused 'concern for his health' throughout the debate due to a sniffle he developed while laying out his plans for boosting job numbers in America.
People had a difference of opinion as to why 'The Donald' was sounding a little nasal last night.
I THINK TRUMP HAS A COLD. HE'S NOT FIT TO LEAD. CODE RED. #debatenight— Michael Halloween Name🌶 (@Home_Halfway) September 27, 2016
Trump has the sniffles. Is he okay? What's going on with his health? Can he serve?— Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) September 27, 2016
The little victories...
One thing Donald Trump can claim from last night's debate - he did score the debate's most retweeted tweet, though it's probably not one he's going to be delighted about.
During the debate Clinton stated that Trump did not believe in climate change.
"Donald thinks that climate change is a hoax, perpetrated by the Chinese,"
"I do not," Trump quickly said. "I do not say that. I do not say that."
Fact checkers exploded into action and immediately this old tweet began to circulate again.
The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 6, 2012