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19 tweets and memes that will completely sum up last night's debate for you

Didn’t manage to stay up? Here’s what you missed.

Campaign 2016 Debate Source: David Goldman

IN THE WEE hours of this morning, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off against one another in Hofstra University for the very first presidential debate. (Didn’t manage to stay up? Here’s what you missed.)

If you weren’t watching it with Twitter, then you weren’t doing it right.

Here are the night’s best tweets and memes.

1. This pretty much summed up the whole debate

2. JERRY! JERRY! JERRY!

3. “Well actually…”

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4. The drinking games didn’t go so well…

5. The whole thing was reminiscent of The Office

6. And Hillary Clinton was definitely Jim Halpert

7. “Friends?”

8. Sometimes you just have to make your own fun

9. Meanwhile, this Toronto politician was inundated with tweets from Americans asking him if they could move there

toron Source: Norm Kelly/Twitter

10. LOL

11. Yes, Trump’s hands were brought into it

12. And people tried to offer him some of the advice Hillary had gotten in the lead-up to the debate

“Be more likable, Donald!”

13.

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14. Maybe we should just let Obama stay in The White House?

15. Or Michelle!


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16. Donald Trump’s incessant sniffing also dominated Twitter


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17. ……

18. Hillary at the end of the debate:

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19. In short? We all felt a little icky after it

tracee Source: Tracee Ellis Ross/Twitter

Only two more to go, eh?

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