While the tete-a-tete wasn't as vitriolic as the previous Town Hall debate, it still included Trump referring to illegal immigrants as "bad hombres," Trump calling Clinton "such a nasty woman," childish arguments over who is the biggest puppet of the Russian government, and Trump's refusal to agree to accept the results of the upcoming election.
Celebs jumped on the social media platform to take Trump to task for nearly everything, especially the way he would sternly yell "wrong" every time someone directly quoted him or made an objectively factual statement about something he's done in the past.
Who's drunk from taking shots every time the orange one leans into the mic and says "Wrong"?#Wasted#Debate
Many others attacked the Republican candidate for his comments about women -- which included bragging about not apologizing to his wife, Melania, over his multiple alleged sex scandals because he "didn't do anything, and repeating his claim that he "respects women," which actually drew a laugh from the audience.
While most of the comments seemed to be venomously anti-Trump, there were a few espousing the merits of his opponent, including New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, who praised the Democratic candidate for being "patient, poised and professional."
"[She's] giving Trump room to flounder & hitting him with precision rebuts," Booker wrote.
Clinton is at her best tonight: patient, poised and professional. Giving Trump room to flounder & hitting him with precision rebuts #debate
There was also no shortage of love for moderator Chris Wallace, who asked complex and well-researched questions and had no problem with calling both candidates out when they misrepresented facts or their own past comments.