GOP nominee Donald Trump capped off a long day of campaigning in Ohio and Pennsylvania with a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken.

"Great afternoon in Ohio & a great evening in Pennsylvania — departing now. See you tomorrow Virginia!" Trump posted on his popular Twitter account Monday night.

Included in the message was a picture of the billionaire populist about to tuck into what the Washington Examiner night shift has determined is a thigh.

The photo immediately set off two separate and heated debates among Twitter readers: The first was about Trump's manner of eating and the second was about his chicken choice in fast food.

Many Twitter users, particularly those already hostile to Trump, criticized his use of cutlery to eat the chicken. A small but loud pro-Trump minority countered by saying that there is nothing inherently wrong or unpopulist with using a knife and fork to eat the greasy fried bird — especially since he was eating it while wearing a blazer and a dress shirt.

The second debate was about the kind of fried chicken he consumed. Here the breakdown seemed truly bi- and even non-partisan among folks who think KFC is just fine, or those who prefer Popeyes or Chick-fil-A chicken. A small but passionate minority boosted Bojangles' birds.

In March, KFC founder Col. Sanders was reportedly spotted at a Trump rally despite having expired in 1980, which may have influenced Trump's undying brand loyalty.