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Trump, Clinton debate: Olivia Wilde, Lena Dunham, more celebrities react

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off during the first presidential debate at Hofstra University on Monday night.

So, who won?

Here's what your favorite celebs had to say about it.

Roseanne Barr

Roseanne Barr wasn't pleased with the outcome of
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Roseanne Barr wasn't pleased with the outcome of the debate. "Ridiculous debate which touched on nothing important," she tweeted. Overall, her retweets on her Twitter account seemed to be siding with Trump.

Jerry Springer

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"Hillary Clinton belongs in the White House. Donald Trump belongs on my show," was all that Springer needed to tweet to explain who he's supporting.

Curt Schilling

Former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling showed his support
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Former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling showed his support for Trump during the debate by tweeting, "Watching highlights and my favorite? Her saying 'my private server was a mistake' hah!! Mistake? Calling Bob Fred is a mistake. That was a crime you intended to commit, and your 5th amendment pleading staff."

Katy Perry

The singer live-tweeted her support for Clinton. Plus,
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The singer live-tweeted her support for Clinton. Plus, she retweeted Clinton's call out asking supporters to share her post if they are "with Hillary tonight." "From the beginning," Perry tweeted.

Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan goes far back with Trump --
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Piers Morgan goes far back with Trump -- he was the winner of the seventh season of "The Apprentice" -- so it comes as no surprise that he is supporting his former mentor. On Tuesday morning, he tweeted the link to his new column for Daily Mail, "***NEW COLUMN*** Hillary won, it won't change the race & Trump will come out swinging much harder next time. http://dailym.ai/2doJrOH."

Kathy Griffin

Kathy Griffin couldn't get past Trump's hacking comment.
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Kathy Griffin couldn't get past Trump's hacking comment. "When asked re hacking our gov, #drumpf guesses 'somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds' Why hate on 400lb beds? #debatenight," she tweeted.

Bill O’Reilly

The
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The "O'Reilly Factor" host flopped back and forth between his support for Trump and Clinton during the debate. "Hillary gets Trump on tax returns. Trump looked defensive and halting. Trump won on tax cuts vs. raising. -BO'R," he tweeted.

Stacey Dash

Stacey Dash told her Twitter followers to retweet
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Stacey Dash told her Twitter followers to retweet her if the thought Trump was winning the debate. Throughout the night, she retweeted several tweets favoring Trump, and tweeted herself once more, "Bring back law and order!! Yes!!"

Olivia Wilde

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"That was a pathetic, unprepared, meltdown from an idiotic @realDonaldTrump. But we still have to work HARD to ensure his BS doesn't win," Olivia Wilde tweeted.

Kirstie Alley

Kirstie Alley, a known Trump supporter, didn't conclude
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Kirstie Alley, a known Trump supporter, didn't conclude which candidate came out on top. Instead, she let her Twitter followers know she probably won't be running for president anytime soon. "I'm not cut out for politics ... or debates . . or the wearing of culottes at inappropriate times," she tweeted.

Lena Dunham

Lena Dunham live-tweeted the entire debate. Her conclusion?
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Lena Dunham live-tweeted the entire debate. Her conclusion? "Hillary Clinton showed us, for the millionth time, just how qualified she is for this job. Sleep well knowing a remarkable woman is ready," she tweeted.

Stephen Baldwin

Stephen Baldwin is already calling Trump
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Stephen Baldwin is already calling Trump "Mr. President" after the debate. "Rest well Mr President ! @realDonaldTrump Bravo ... Bravo ... Blessings to you & family !! #MakeAmericaGreatAgain," he tweeted.

Kerry Washington

This pretty much summed it up for Kerry
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This pretty much summed it up for Kerry Washington: "#ImWithHer #ImWithHer #ImWithHer #ImWithHer #ImWithHer #ImWithHer #ImWithHer #ImWithHer #ImWithHer #ImWithHer #ImWithHer #ImWithHer," the "Scandal" actress tweeted during the debate.

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