What Jewish Celebrities Said About the Presidential Debate by the Forward

What Jewish Celebrities Said About the Presidential Debate

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If you just finished watching the debate and are sitting on your coach in a cold sweat, inwardly cringing, maybe slightly smug about a particularly witty tweet you crafted during, you’re not alone.

Some of your favorite Jewish entertainers experienced the very same roller coaster ride—and we collected just a few of their best reactions.

There were a lot of pre-debate jitters.

Some initial cringing.

A few key observations.

A “Seinfeld” reference.

A well crafted analogy.

Skepticism about Lester Holt as a moderator.

Some sympathy to Rosie O’Donnell for being randomly brought up.

Just generally feeling awful.

Yup, that about sums it up.

What Jewish Celebrities Said About the Presidential Debate

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Thea Glassman

Thea Glassman

Thea Glassman was an associate editor for the Forward. Follow her on twitter @theakglassman.

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