Celebrities will be live-tweeting during the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on September 26. Hollywood celebrities were overwhelmingly critical of Trump, while Republican politicians criticized Clinton.
Real Time host Bill Maher live-tweeted his thoughts during the debate.
Tonight Show writer Chase Mitchell:
Patton Oswalt already shared his post-debate plans:
Oswalt also plans on live-tweeting:
Dana Schwartz of The Observer:
Elizabeth Banks, who was at the DNC and has been a vocal Clinton supporter, tweeted that she’s spending the debate with Clinton supporters in Pennsylvania.
Yvette Nicole Brown is also live-tweeting:
Before the debate, Cher wrote:
Meghan Wesley of WCPO:
The Green Party:
Both Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and his running mate, Bill Weld, are live-tweeting the debate.
W. Kamau Bell:
Texas Governor Greg Abbott:
The Big Short director Adam McKay: