This Was the Most Viral Moment of Last Night's Clinton-Trump Debate - TheStreet

For an event noted for its "zingers," the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was largely free of viral moments. But, there were some. And one towered above the rest. 

According to Twitter (TWTR) - Get Report , when Trump said he had "good temperament" was the most-Tweeted debate moment. The moment also elicited a laugh from the Long Island live audience (one of several outbursts despite instructions from the moderator to be silent). 

The next two most talked about moments on Twitter were Trump's "stop and frisk" comments, followed by the exchange between Clinton and Trump on how to fight ISIS. 

In case you missed it, here are some other important things to know coming out of last night's big debate: 

-- Clinton obviously prepared, and it showed. By many accounts, she won the debate

-- But Trump did well, too. Poker champion Phil Hellmuth gives him top marks in his first presidential debate. 

-- Trump and Clinton weren't the only ones being closely watched last night. NBC's Lester Holt was also under the microscope. Here's how he did

-- This was the most Tweeted debate of all time. Here's how the debate played out on social media

-- There was some substance last night. Here's some policy nutrition: The truth about Trump's hedge fund tax; Trump's shift on small business taxes

-- Lest you think it was all policy and substance, here are the seven best zingers

Stay tuned for the next presidential debate, Sunday, October 9. It will be a "town meeting" debate in St. Louis, where audience members ask questions. It will be moderated by Martha Raddatz, chief global affairs correspondent and co-anchor of "This Week" on ABC, and CNN anchor Anderson Cooper.

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This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.