Journalist Megyn Kelly is under fire after she shared her opinions on Twitter Thursday night about how she believes President Donald Trump "handily" won the recent presidential debate. 

President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden went head-to-head one last time Thursday at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. This time around, the debate implemented muted microphones because of constant interruptions during the Sept. 29 debate. 

Kelly, a registered Independent, took her opinions to social media after the debate ended to explain who she thought was the winner of the night. This came after was actively tweeting throughout the event, quoting the important points the candidates said. 

“Trump won this debate, handily. Biden wasn’t a force at all. Trump was substantive, on-point, well-tempered. Definitely helped himself, when it mattered most,” she tweeted.

While some agreed with Kelly's opinion, a majority of responses to the post seem to be users upset by her statements. On Friday, her name trended on Twitter nationwide in response to the large number of comments she has received on the post to date-- over 38,000.

One user said, “How high are you?”

Another said, “Must be eye in beholder. Trump seemed unhinged, unintelligent, ununiformed, and unsympathetic to me. Bluster and no substance.” 

There were very few positive replies, but one reply stated, “Trump was great I am very proud of him.”

Someone else tweeted at her saying, “Biden is not the leader for America, he’s just a minority propaganda.” 

In a follow-up tweet in one critic, actress Patricia Arquette, Kelly said her statement about who won was the debate was based on "fair analysis."

The different topics that were debated included the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, race, immigration, taxes, and more. Both sides think their party won, so there wasn’t one absolute winner.

Thursday's debate comes just twelve days before Election Day on Nov. 3.

While traders were keeping an eye on the presidential debate, there was little early reaction on markets to the conclusion President Donald Trump and candidate Joe Biden are pictured here. Photo: POOL / Morry Gash