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IT'S MRS. CLINTON IF YOU'RE "NASTY," HOMBRE

Although it clearly wasn't the American public, there were a few winners at the final Presidential debate after all.

Following an "unshackled" Donald Trump calling Hillary Clinton "such a nasty woman" during the last minutes of their ninety-minute face-off, the Internet took over to promptly re-imagine the diss as a point of empowerment—by referencing Janet Jackson's 1986 hit "Nasty."

Since last night's meme explosion, Spotify reported that streams of the song have spiked a whopping 250%, no doubt powered by a new generation of people discovering the music as a result of all the clever mocking. 

 

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