Polarizing face of 2016 debates, Ken Bone, declares Joe Biden winner of first debate

Sam Masterson
September 30, 2020 - 9:43 am

BELLEVILLE, Ill. (KMOX) - The man who was called a "superhero" and became an overnight sensation during the 2016 presidential debates, voiced his opinions throughout last night's showdown between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.

Ken Bone, who made a red sweater and khakis pants famous again, called himself an "uncommitted voter" in this year's presidential race. If you don't remember him, here's the question he asked during the town-hall style debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at Washington University in St. Louis in 2016:

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His question on climate change garnered a compliment from Trump and social media made him a star. But how did he feel about the first debate of this election year?

He told Fox 2 that he and "millions" of other US "don’t really like either of these candidates.”

He tweeted more than 60 times about Tuesday's debate. Overall, he believes Biden won the debate "pretty handily."

Here are some of the thing he tweeted that got the biggest reaction from followers:

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