Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenJudd Gregg: The Kamala threat — the Californiaization of America GOP set to release controversial Biden report Biden's fiscal program: What is the likely market impact? MORE’s (D-Mass.) excited reaction to former Rep. John DelaneyJohn DelaneyCoronavirus Report: The Hill's Steve Clemons interviews Rep. Rodney Davis Eurasia Group founder Ian Bremmer says Trump right on China but wrong on WHO; CDC issues new guidance for large gatherings The Hill's Coronavirus Report: Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas says country needs to rethink what 'policing' means; US cases surpass 2 million with no end to pandemic in sight MORE’s (D-Md.) presidential primary debate question on a wealth tax has turned into a meme.

During Tuesday night’s debate, CNN anchor and debate moderator Don LemonDon Carlton LemonScaramucci to Lemon: Trump 'doubling down' on downplaying virus 'should scare' viewers Cohen: Trump is serious when he mentions staying for more than two terms Cohen: 'I guarantee that it's not going to go well for whoever' set up Woodward interview MORE asked Delaney about whether Warren’s wealth tax was a fair funding source for child care and education, prompting Warren to giddily rub her hands together.

“Your estimated net worth is more than $65 million. That would make you subject to Sen. Warren’s proposed wealth tax on the assets of the richest 75,000 homes, households or so in the United States,” Lemon said to Delaney. “Do you think Senator Warren’s wealth tax is a fair way to fund child care and education?”

Warren’s “wealth tax hand rub” was quickly turned into a gif on social media that’s been shared thousands of times, with users applauding the senator for her reaction.


“She did that in a perfectly light-hearted way. Like she's got Boardwalk with a hotel, and Delaney just landed on it,” one user tweeted.

“Yes hello do you have the @ewarren wealth tax hand cream I'll take 3 cases please and thank you,” another joked.

“Warren literally rubbed her hands w/ glee when Don Lemon pointed out that Delaney would be subject to her wealth tax,” a reporter tweeted. “Warren seemed to want to try to go in for the kill on Delaney and the wealth tax but moderators switch to student loan debt.” 

The second set of 2020 Democrats will take the debate stage in Detroit Wednesday night.