Hillary Clinton doesn’t flinch as a fly LANDS on her face during presidential debate

While the two presidential candidates were slugging it out in the second debate many viewers thought a fly had landed on their television screens.

They were baffled because the fly landed on Hillary Clinton’s face and she did not even flinch, leading some to suggest she was a robot like one of those on TV series Westworld.

Within minutes of the fly’s appearance at Washington University in St Louis, Twitter was a swarm of memes, mostly poking fun at the Democratic nominee.

Hillary Clinton fly meme from Twitter

Hillary Clinton fly meme from Twitter

A video grab of the moment the fly landed on Clinton popped up on Twitter within minutes of its appearance

Many on Twitter saw similarities between Clinton and the Westworld robots

Many on Twitter saw similarities between Clinton and the Westworld robots

Clinton was mocked for being robotic on Twitter., Some of the posts can be seen above

Clinton was mocked for being robotic on Twitter., Some of the posts can be seen above

It did not take long for someone to set up a spoof profile for the Hillary Clinton fly

It did not take long for someone to set up a spoof profile for the Hillary Clinton fly

Were Ivanka and Donald Trump junior in charge of a remote control fly?

Were Ivanka and Donald Trump junior in charge of a remote control fly?

Conservative and Trump supporter designed this meme to mock Mrs Clinton

Conservative and Trump supporter designed this meme to mock Mrs Clinton

Many people might have thought the fly was on their TV screen during the Presidential Second Debate, but it was actually on Clinton's face

Many people might have thought the fly was on their TV screen during the Presidential Second Debate, but it was actually on Clinton’s face

The Twitterati had endless fun with the fly, creating memes to share online

The Twitterati had endless fun with the fly, creating memes to share online

It wasn't long before Twitter was full of wisecracks about the fly

It wasn’t long before Twitter was full of wisecracks about the fly

Thandie Newton (left) and Angela Sarafyan play robots in Westworld

Yul Brynner as the overheating robot in the original Westworld film

Thandie Newton (left) and Angela Sarafyan play robots in the TV series Westworld, which was based on a 1973 film, starring Yul Brynner (right) as The Gunslinger. Some Twitter users suggested she was like a robot from the series