Ken Bone remained above the fray on Sunday night.
While insults flew back and forth between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton (see above video), this red-sweater wearing gentlemen from Missouri earned the love and affection of nearly every Presidential debate viewer.
Toward the end of a torturous 90 minutes, Bone stood up and asked a question about each candidate’s energy plan.
A 34-year operator at a coal plant, Bone was one of the undecided voters selected to put Trump and Clinton on the spot at the town hall debate broadcast live on Sunday evening.
And he did so by wearing an outfit the Internet cannot get over, while also posing a straightforward policy inquiry.
“What steps will your energy policy take to meet our energy needs while at the same time remaining environmentally friendly and minimizing job layoffs?” he asked.
Along with his appearance, Bone was spotted taking photos of the debate setting with a disposable camera soon after the event ended.
He’s become America’s new viral hero.
But for whom will he actually vote on November 8? That’s the big question.