All the riveting policy issues at the third and final presidential debate seemed unimportant as many viewers became obsessed with Hillary Clinton’s odd head movements.
— JoanHathaway (@JoanHathaway) October 20, 2016
— K B Eric Riddle (@kblast523) October 20, 2016
During the 90 minute debate Wednesday at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, the Democratic presidential nominee nodded and rocked her head back and forth, confusing viewers who wondered if she was agreeing or unaware of the movements.
— Makada (@_Makada_) October 20, 2016
I thought it was odd when Hillary nodded when Trump said she shouldn’t be allowed to run, and when he called he a… https://t.co/pPTVHP65Me
— Palm Beach Paul (@PBPLife) October 20, 2016
#debatenight Hillary’s head movements. She was nodding even when she was attacked. Robotic behavior Looking 2 much down reading
— Ernie777 (@777Ernie) October 20, 2016
Her odd behavior sparked an ongoing conversation on Twitter as the night went on.
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— I love my U.S.A (@WEdwarda) October 20, 2016
— lorraine davis (@lorrainedavis6) October 20, 2016
Twitter Is Freaking Out Over What Hillary Clinton Is Doing On The Debate Stage https://t.co/U9y5l5X525
— Italians For Trump (@Italians4Trump) October 20, 2016
Twitter going crazy over Hillary’s head movements. She was nodding even when she was attacked. Weird behavior.https://t.co/F4vVdIAlMA
— A Greater Country (@agreatercountry) October 20, 2016
— Roxanne MAGA 🇺🇸 (@Roxanne_swcf) October 20, 2016
Is Hillary agreeing or not in control of her head movements again?
— Swamp Thang Latina (@CamRcx36) October 20, 2016
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