Well, it appears everyone had an opinion and they didn't just originiate from within the US. Commentators from Australia and Canada all waded in on the political debate of all time.
US spectators tended to side with Clinton, many of them questioned the number of times Trump interrupted Clinton, whereas others looked at how well each side had prepared.
Mayor Jim Forts analyzed the difference in approach from both camps. He called Clinton "prepared and robotic," but used less favorable words for Trump.
Trump-Clinton debate demonstrated that Hillary is highly disciplined, programed, and robotic.Trump on the other… https://t.co/CK4WgXpg8o— Mayor James Fouts (@MayorJimFouts) 27 September 2016
The Canadians also got in on the debate and saw the heated exchange as a useful life lesson. One Twitter user posted an article on "debating with a moron" and how it can help you survive in the office.
The UK stayed up into the early hours of the morning to catch any gold nuggets of the heated exchange and many didn't have to wait too long either.
One Twitter user noticed that Hillary had clearly "got under" Mr. Trump's skin, exposing his business deals, cloudy opinions on trade and refusal to release his tax information.
Score one for Hillary — she got under Trump's skin, exposed his business record but wobbled on trade— Lionel Barber (@lionelbarber) September 27, 2016
The people of Kuala Lumpur also had an opinion on the much talked about political war, as they focused on Trump's use of words, which they claim was not extensive, and filled with interruptions.
Trump's limited vocabularies during presidential debate with Clinton: China, Mexico, Deal, Believe Me and whole lots of interruptions.— Norman Goh (@imnormgoh) 27 September 2016
Tweeter users in India were far from impressed, with one lady saying she felt "lousy" and happy that India did not have a similar debate going on.
After watching lousy & lackluster #USPresidentialDebate between Trump & Clinton, I am so happy that in India we don't have such a debate.— DrLatha Isloor-Corry (@LathaIsloor) 27 September 2016
The Aussies were easily pleased however with the debate, one Twitter user chanted that Hillary Clinton could win the debate and hoped her cheers could be heard from all the way down under.