Red Sweater Guy Is A Hit At Second Presidential Debate Ken Bone, who appeared at Sunday's presidential debate as an undecided voter, came out decidedly a hero to many on the Internet. Viewers immediately seized on his red sweater.
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Red Sweater Guy Is A Hit At Second Presidential Debate

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Red Sweater Guy Is A Hit At Second Presidential Debate

Red Sweater Guy Is A Hit At Second Presidential Debate

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Ken Bone, who appeared at Sunday's presidential debate as an undecided voter, came out decidedly a hero to many on the Internet. Viewers immediately seized on his red sweater.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Ken Bone, the bespectacled, mustachioed and portly gentleman who appeared at Sunday's presidential town hall debate as an undecided voter, came out decidedly a hero to many on the internet. Bone, whose earnest concern about energy policy stood out during the contentious debate, got viewers immediately seizing on his red sweater. After he revealed the label on TV, there was a run on that red cable knit hit. It's MORNING EDITION.

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