While there has been widespread anger and mockery directed towards Donald Trump throughout this election cycle, the major feeling following the third and final debate is exhaustion. Donald Trump’s candidacy has been exasperating for much of America, and this debate cemented that feeling of utter frustration. Trump talked over the moderator and his opponent. He interrupted constantly, even calling Hillary Clinton “such a nasty woman.” He found new gaffes to make, despite owning the last year of the media cycle with his gaffes, tossing out careless lines like “bad hombre.” Despite video evidence we’ve seen of his comments on a disabled journalist, his sexual assault accusers, heads of state, and myriad other issues, Trump refused to take responsibility for his words. Rather than explain himself, he denied that these comments ever took place. Trump even refused to formally accept the outcome of the election.
It was one last petty political clash for he American people and everyone is just tired. Here’s what celebs on Twitter had to say about the night.
— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) October 20, 2016
Trump thinks Hillary is rigging the election? Rigger please! #debatenight
— Larry Wilmore (@larrywilmore) October 20, 2016
He lies about things that WE'VE ALL SEEN AND HEARD THIS IS BANANAS #debatenight
— Sarah Silverman (@SarahKSilverman) October 20, 2016
Is this a rerun? #DebateNight
— jesseWilliams. (@iJesseWilliams) October 20, 2016
DT is like your drunk uncle standing by the keg at a K of C hall – same stories over n over – dull dumb #debatenight
— Rosie (@Rosie) October 20, 2016
Like, bad-bad? Or bad-good? #badhombres
— America Ferrera (@AmericaFerrera) October 20, 2016
With that "lots of luck" comment, I think Trump just admitted that he knows Hillary will be the next President.
— John Legend (@johnlegend) October 20, 2016
— Jimmy Kimmel Live (@JimmyKimmelLive) October 20, 2016
This is the third episode of our new Behind the Vote digital series. Carri Twigg, Marc Lamont Hill and TK discuss the issue of criminal justice in this election.