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How Marianne Williamson Won The Internet

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How Marianne Williamson Won The Internet

How Marianne Williamson Won The Internet

Author Marianne Williamson was the most searched candidate in 48 states after the debate, per Google Trends.

Williamson also came out on top in terms of most followers earned on Twitter during the debate.

She gained over 8,000 new followers and bringing her to a grand total of 2.7 million.

She described the "dark psychic force," when discussing President Donald Trump, environmental justice, and racism.

That caused an uptick in search for the peculiar choice of words.

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