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These Were The Top 10 Moments Of The Campaign, According To Facebook

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent
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Everyone on Facebook is talking about the presidential election.

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Since Ted Cruz first announced was running for president nearly 600 days ago, there were over 8.8 billion likes, posts, comments and shares that were related to the election, according to numbers provided by Facebook Tuesday.

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Nearly 68 million of those were conversations about Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, while Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee, held an estimated 60 million people’s attention. (RELATED: Judging By These Facebook Numbers, Everyone Will Be Watching The Second Presidential Debate)

Facebook noted that these were the top ten moments of the election: the second presidential debate in early October, the release of the “Access Hollywood” tape, the first presidential debate on September 26, the third presidential debate on Oct. 19, the Democratic National Convention, when FBI Director Comey reopened the investigation into Clinton emails, the Republican National Convention, the vice presidential debate in October, Trump criticizing the Khan family, and — last but not least — Election Day.

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This was Trump’s most popular content.

And this was Clinton’s.