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Twitter’s favorite quote of the debate wasn’t even from a candidate.

Before the debate even began, reporter Kimberly Halkett from Al Jazeera English made her own headlines when, after getting pushed by another reporter, she turned around and said, "Thanks a lot, bitch." Apparently, Halkett was trying to get an interview with Mark Cuban, and the anger she expressed for being held back became the perfect appetizer for the blood bath everyone was anticipating for Monday night's debate.
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