Internet Users Indicate that Marco Rubio Won the CNBC Debate

 

 

In the aftermath of the CNBC debate, the media argued that there were likely 3 or 4 clear “winners.” Most agreed that Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio had done enough to be declared winners, some argued that Donald Trump and Ben Carson could be seen as winners as well, and more than a few mentioned Chris Christie among the debate’s winners. However, if we look at just the data that was collected on the Internet, this field quickly gets winnowed down to one name…

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In fact, before the debate, Donald Trump dominated the Internet’s GOP candidate obsession… but in the aftermath, Rubio and Carson had stolen his thunder.

While the Internet might have decided that Marco Rubio was their winner, that doesn’t mean that you agree. Tell us who you think the winner(s) was and why, in the comments section below.

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