To wrap up Tuesday’s presidential debate, moderator Anderson Cooper asked each candidate to name which enemy he or she was most “proud” of making, and the answers were, well, diverse.
Your biggest enemy?
Sanders: Wall Street, pharmaceuticals
Webb: i killed a guy#DemDebate
— Teej T (@Halfrican_One) October 14, 2015
For a field of candidates who love America, they sure hate a lot of America. There’s a whole world of enemies out there to be made — at least Clinton thought to bring up Iran, although we’re pretty sure they weren’t necessarily friends with the United States when Secretary of State Clinton came along.
Clinton's biggest enemy? The Iranians and the Republicans, she says
— Adam Kredo (@Kredo0) October 14, 2015
She must have been paying attention when President Obama declared that “it’s those hardliners chanting ‘death to America’ who have been most opposed to the [Iran nuclear] deal … making common cause with the Republican Caucus.”
— Stacy Washington (@StacyOnTheRight) October 14, 2015
— Lyle Halstead (@Cty2CtyLyle) October 14, 2015
Clinton said biggest enemy she made was GOP. Shocking. #DemDebate
— Crystal Wright (@GOPBlackChick) October 14, 2015
Everyone should be outraged about the Benghazi committee's partisanship since Hillary's biggest and favorite enemy is the entire GOP.
— Liz Mair (@LizMair) October 14, 2015
#Hillary happy to have made an enemy of Republicans. Need any more information as to why she cannot be a leader of our One Nation Under God?
— Thomas Del Beccaro (@tomdelbeccaro) October 14, 2015
— Tony Katz (@tonykatz) October 14, 2015
hillary called herself a "progressive who gets things done" then said her top enemy was the entire republican party. how's that gonna work?
— Humanists for Bernie (@Humanist4Bernie) October 14, 2015
@greggutfeld says 50% of the voting base are her proudest enemy….not exactly the smartest thing ever said…
— Benjamin Garvin (@Set_Adrift85) October 14, 2015
Hillary's comments about the GOP as her enemy will be in a GOP ad attacking Washington gridlock before the month is over. #DemDebate
— KevinC (@ExurbanKevin) October 14, 2015
HRC considers the people in charge of Congress her enemies.
Saying goodbye to bipartisanship before the first vote is cast.
— Brian Faughnan (@BrianFaughnan) October 14, 2015