How Many Times Did Trump Interrupt Clinton? Count ‘Em! (VIDEO)

That temperament though.

It didn’t take long for Donald Trump to interrupt Hillary Clinton during Monday night’s debate, with the first interruption happening less than 15 minutes in. And once it started, he just couldn’t stop.

Now This News counted 34 interruptions from Trump throughout the debate and Vox counted 51. The interruptions ranged from short bursts of “no!” and “wrong!” to full-fledged monologues shouted over Clinton.

In return, Clinton either fought back against Trump’s comments or relented and smiled until Trump either said his piece or was instructed by debate moderator Lester Holt, to let her finish.

Relive the cringe below via Now This News:

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