Other than being distracted by his sniffling, I was amused by the evening's developments (not highly entertained, but I always keep my expectations pretty low for these).
Yes, Clinton won, and her polling should reflect that in a few days. Historically the underdog has usually won Round 1, so that's another plus for Clinton.
And my candidate staged a very busy and effective virtual debate in real time, lifting her into the Trending on Twitter before the debate began with her expulsion from the Hofstra University campus, and sustaining that momentum late into the evening.
There's a lot of spinning and some good analysis that I'll update this post with later.
Here's a montage of Trump sniffling at tonight's #debate https://t.co/0HCcJPsxqt pic.twitter.com/leidFP8jBl— Yahoo News (@YahooNews) September 27, 2016
Expanding the Debate: Jill Stein "joins" Trump and Clinton in Democracy Now!'s virtual merge