Sunday night’s presidential debate was a big one for both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but according to the internet, the real winner was audience participant Ken Bone.
This debate was a town-hall format, and Bone was one of the undecided voters who sat in and asked the candidates a question. Bone’s question was about energy, and the combination of his smart query, his memorable name, and his adorable red sweater quickly made him a viral sensation for people desperately searching for some light-hearted and fun element in this vicious election. Bone became so famous so quickly that Kimmel even asked him to appear on his Monday night show to answer some questions, including: What’s the deal with the red sweater?
“It was going to be in an olive-colored suit that I like very much,” Bone said. “My grandpa helped me pick out a few years ago, and I thought, ‘Wow, grandpa would be so proud if I wore this suit, but apparently I have gotten somewhat more fat since then. When I got into the car I split the seat of my pants and destroyed my olive suit. I had to do an emergency wardrobe change.”
Unsatisfied, Kimmel had someone in the audience dress like Bone (red sweater and glasses included) and ask how Bone got “such a fresh and cool style.”
“I would love to say I was born this way, but I think the short answer is my wife dresses me, like all great Americans,” Bone said.
If you’re wondering whether Bone has finally decided if he’ll vote for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, you might be disappointed by his answer.
“Everybody doesn’t like it that much, but I think I’m more undecided than I was before,” he said, “and I had to kind of put my head down while mom and dad were arguing over Thanksgiving dinner last night.”
Watch the clip below.