Ken Bone still undecided after debate


Internet sensation Ken Bone said late Monday that he is still undecided about whom he will vote for in November.

{mosads}”I think I’m more undecided than I was before. I had to kind of put my head down” during Sunday night’s presidential debate, Bone told ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel.

Bone said he’s not usually an indecisive person.

“This is an unusual political cycle,” Bone said.

“It’s been so negative, and I try to really base most of my decisions off positive things and neither of them have given me many.”

Bone, who was sporting his signature red sweater during the interview, said GOP nominee Donald Trump may be more in line with his economic interests. But he said he would “hate for anyone’s rights to be taken back.”

“We fought so hard to get marriage equality and rights expanded to more Americans,” Bone said.

“It would be unconscionable for me to see those taken away by a Supreme Court justice appointed by Donald Trump.”

Bone asked a question during Sunday night’s presidential debate about energy policy — and quickly became popular on social media.

Kimmel also joked with Bone about his use of a disposable camera after Sunday night’s debate.

“I hope I can get it developed. I don’t know. I might just have to keep it,” Bone said, before explaining that no electronic devices were allowed in the debate area.

“They gave us the disposable cameras so we could take pictures when the debate was over.”

At the end of the appearance, a man in the audience, sporting a red sweater and similar glasses to those Bone wore, asked Bone about how he got “such a fresh and cool style.”

“I would love to say that I was born this way,” Bone said.

“I think the short answer is that my wife dresses me, like all great Americans.”

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