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It's only been a couple of days since average American and debate contributor Ken Bone entered our lives. The man became famous for wearing a fuzzy red sweater and a delightful attitude to the Presidential Debate on Sunday, and he joined Jimmy Kimmel via video from St. Louis on Monday night to talk about being a viral hit and, of course, his wardrobe. When Kimmel asked Ken Bone how he got his stellar fashion sense, the man answered with this classic comment:

I would love to say I was born this way, but I think the short answer is that my wife dresses me, like all great Americans.

Ken Bone has been a huge sensation since he asked Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump a question during the debate. He's a pretty funny guy, but the first thing that caught most people's eye was not his humor but his bright red sweater. That wasn't the look he was initially going for, however. Bone says he actually wanted to wear an olive-colored suit he bought with his grandfather, but he didn't realize he had packed on a few pounds since he bought it. The suit ripped as he was getting into his car, and he was forced to change. Instead, it looks like his wife had him wear the red sweater. While not as dressy as a suit would have been, it is memorable, especially considering red is a Cards color and Ken Bone is clearly a Cardinals fan---his Twitter handle pays homage to former player Mike Shannon.

During the Jimmy Kimmel Live! interview, Ken Bone was asked plenty of questions, including what he said when Bill Clinton approached him---they talked about energy policy---why he had a disposable camera and how his son feels about his dad being "Internet famous." Ken Bone may just be the viral treasure we need right now, and if you'd like to see the rest of his late night interview, you can check it out, below.

This is the great thing about events that are watched by a significant percentage of the country. Most of the time, Americans walk in so many different directions and spend time doing so many different activities that it's hard to get on the same page. During huge moments like Presidential Debates and the Super Bowl, however, most people are all united, and it's nice to see pretty much everyone had the same positive and amused reaction to Ken Bone, his sweet mustache and his joy at being a part of the political process. Fingers crossed he shows back up in all of our lives the next time Washington University hosts a Presidential Debate--or at least makes some recurring appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

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