Celebs Find Religion at Second Debate: ‘Saint’ Hillary, Raddatz ‘Worship’

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As they did during the first presidential debate, Hollywood’s best and brightest weighed in early and often on social media during Sunday night’s second showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, offering up hot takes, fact checks and plenty of witty jokes.

Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore — who called the last debate for Trump — was apparently less enthused by what he saw Sunday night:

Moore also fact-checked the Republican candidate, though he conceded that he may have picked up some support with his performance:

In fact, most celebrities fixated on Trump’s performance, with many, including actors John Cusack, Olivia Wilde and Leslie Jones having seemingly little in the way of positive things to say about it:

Meanwhile, Clinton backers praised and stood by their candidate:

Some — including actresses Jessica Chastain, Scandal and Grey’s Anatomy showrunner Shonda Rhimes and Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher — appeared to have found religion during the debate:

Still, as happened the first time around, most celebrities just vented about Trump:


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