Sparks flew between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at the second presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis — and apparently, so did an actual fly.
Twitter users immediately noticed the pesky six-legged intruder landing on Hillary Clinton's face:
Yep it was a fly! pic.twitter.com/5ZbRVQSEAS — Andrea Jackson (@AJacksonTV) October 10, 2016
PSA: that fly was on her face, not your television.
The final question of Sunday's second presidential debate provided arguably the best answers all night. Karl Becker, a voter in the audience at Washington University in St. Louis, asked both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to say o...
Hillary Clinton apparently forgot to request a no-fly zone at the presidential debate. A fly landed on her face for a quick second and later again on her blouse. That's one way to bug Hillary.
Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off for the second time during a debate held at Washington University in St. Louis.
From Washington University in St. Louis, the second 2016 presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, moderated by ABC News anchor Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper, begins at 9 pm ET. The first questions at ...