Booker, Biden's 'Kool-Aid' exchange was second debate's top-tweeted moment

Sen. Cory BookerCory Anthony BookerIowa GOP swipes at 2020 Democrats' meat positions as candidates attend annual Steak Fry Booker aide sounds alarm about campaign's funding 2020 Democrats defend climate priorities in MSNBC forum MORE's (D-N.J.) barbed exchange with former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenUkrainian official denies Trump pressured president Trump goes after New York Times, Washington Post: 'They have gone totally CRAZY!!!!' Warren overtakes Biden in Iowa for first time: poll MORE over criminal justice reform and his hiring of an official connected to former New York City Mayor Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiUkrainian official denies Trump pressured president Timeline: The Trump whistleblower complaint Biden accuses Trump of 'abuse of power' over Ukraine call MORE (R) was the top tweeted-about moment of Wednesday's debate.

Twitter's Government and Elections team tweeted Wednesday night following the debate that the back-and-forth, during which Booker told Biden: "You’re dipping into the Kool-Aid and you don’t even know the flavor.”

Booker's response came after Biden questioned the New Jersey senator and former Newark mayor's embrace of stop-and-frisk tactics by police as well as the hiring of Giuliani's former adviser.

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"If you want to compare records, and I'm shocked that you do, I'm happy to do that," Booker told Biden Wednesday night.

Other top moments from the debate, according to Twitter, included Rep. Tulsi GabbardTulsi GabbardAnalysis: 2020 digital spending vastly outpaces TV ads Sanders searches for answers amid Warren steamroller Kavanaugh book author on impeachment calls: 'That's not our determination to make' MORE's (D-Hawaii) exchange with Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisWarren overtakes Biden in Iowa for first time: poll Iowa GOP swipes at 2020 Democrats' meat positions as candidates attend annual Steak Fry Warren avoids attacks while building momentum MORE (D-Calif.) for admitting to smoking marijuana after prosecuting people for the same crime, as well as Sen. Kirsten GillibrandKirsten GillibrandBooker aide sounds alarm about campaign's funding O'Rourke gun confiscation talk alarms Democrats Gillibrand relaunches PAC to elect women MORE's (D-N.Y.) quip that she would "Clorox" the Oval Office as her first order of business as president.

Tuesday night's debate ended with Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenWarren overtakes Biden in Iowa for first time: poll Warren avoids attacks while building momentum Sanders unveils plan to eliminate Americans' medical debt MORE's (D-Mass.) rebuke of former Rep. John DelaneyJohn Kevin Delaney2020 Democrats defend climate priorities in MSNBC forum The Hill's Campaign Report: De Blasio drops out | Warren gains support from black voters | Sanders retools campaign team | Warning signs for Tillis in NC Analysis: 2020 digital spending vastly outpaces TV ads MORE (D-Md.) going viral after the Massachusetts progressive questioned why Delaney was running to just "talk about what's not possible."