Lindsay Lohan Had The Most Bizarre Responses To Last Night's Presidential Debate

Lindsay Lohan hasn’t tweeted once during any of the live presidential debates until last night, and her responses to the event were unlike any of the others. 

The “Dick and Jane” star selectively tweeted before and after the debates claiming at the end of the hour and a half that she was probably more relieved than both President Obama and Governor Romney that they were over.

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Bill Maher actually called her out:

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Check out the rest of celebs’ reactions to Obama, Romney, and Bob Schieffer below.

They let Romney have it:

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joy behar tweet

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dane cook tweet

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mia farrow tweet

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alec baldwin tweet

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bill maher tweet

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On Obama:

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darren aronofsky

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joy behar tweet

Photo: @JoyVBehar

octavia spencer tweet

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Most weren’t impressed by Bob Schieffer’s moderating:

mia farrow tweet

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aziz ansari tweet

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donald trump tweet

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rob lowe tweet

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 Then there was Trump’s take:

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And, we saw the (brief) return of Samuel L. Jackson near the debates’ close:

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Photo: @SamuelLJackson

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