Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump wasted no time lobbing personal attacks against each other in Sunday's debate. They took the stage, declined to shake hands and quickly moved on to such topics as the 2005 video in which Trump engages in "locker-room talk" about sexual assault and Clinton's handling of former President Bill Clinton's extramarital affairs and a rape accusation.
Some other winners and losers who emerged post-debate:
Trump's voter base
Their candidate pulled out all the big guns against Clinton: the 33,000 deleted emails; Benghazi; her record on the Iraq War; Bill's infidelity; her involvement with Wall Street; and Obamacare. That's precisely what Trump supporters had hoped to hear.
Clinton's foe-turned-supporter was named seven times throughout the debate, six of them by Trump. At first, invocation of the Vermont senator's name spawned silly gifs and tweets.