The day of the first Democratic Presidential Debates, Republican Presidential front-runner Donald Trump announced that, thanks to an alleged popular demand, he would be live tweeting the whole "boring two hours."
A few minutes before the debates began, Trump kicked off his debate analysis with a nice introductory tweet about his goals as a political commentator, as well as his opinion on the three new additions to the pool of Democratic candidates.
Trump also took the time to tell his followers about changes he would make to American society should he be elected president.
Then he questioned the Democrats' ability to frighten Russian President and renowned bear hunter Vladimir Putin with their debating skills.
Judging from this comment and his Chafee-bashing retweets, he is not a fan of the Rhode Island Governor.
Nor O'Malley either.
After the debate's first break, the real estate mogul took the time to criticize the candidates on stage for lacking what Trump himself has heaps of: candidness.
Though the billionaire commended Sen. Bernie Sanders for an unspecified "good move," he said he doesn't think any of the candidates have true star quality.
Toward the end of the debate Trump tapped into the politics part of political commentator.
Ema O'Connor is a politics reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Washington, DC.
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