Democrats Won’t Like the Wi-Fi Password Used at Last Night’s Republican Debate

November 11, 2015, 5:30 PM UTC
GOP Presidential Candidates Debate In Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE, WI - NOVEMBER 10: Presidential candidates Ohio Governor John Kasich (L-R), Jeb Bush, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Ted Cruz (R-TX), Carly Fiorina, and Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) take part in the Republican Presidential Debate sponsored by Fox Business and the Wall Street Journal at the Milwaukee Theatre November 10, 2015 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The fourth Republican debate is held in two parts, one main debate for the top eight candidates, and another for four other candidates lower in the current polls. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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The Wi-Fi password used for Tuesday night’s Republican debate in Milwaukee was nowhere close to subtle. In order for journalists and others at the event to access the network, they had to type in “StopHillary.”

That, of course, is a direct dig at Democratic presidential frontrunner, Hillary Clinton.

Fortune has reached out to the Republican National Committee to confirm who selected the password.

The GOP tweeted out an image of the password Tuesday night (posted below) after another Twitter user posted that it was a “brilliant troll.”

But who won the debate? Fortune analyzed the matchup, and found that Florida Sen. Marco Rubio showed up strong, topping the likes of contenders and political outsiders Donald Trump and Ben Carson.

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