Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton locked horns Monday night during the first of several presidential debates and the world was watching — and tweeting and Googling and posting things to Facebook.
The 90-minute session at Long Island’s Hofstra University was split into six sections, covering topics such as “America’s Direction,” “Achieving Prosperity” and “Security America.”
On Twitter, Facebook and Google, certain themes dominated the online discussion as the candidates tussled. Here’s how it played out online.
Trump’s insistence that he has a “good temperament,” his comments on stop and frisk, and ISIS were the top three moments on Twitter. Read more…