Who Won The Vice Presidential Debate?

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VIRGINIA — Indiana Governor Mike Pence and Virginia Senator Tim Kaine went head to head in the one and only vice presidential debate of 2016.

Kaine and Pence started debating at 8 p.m. at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.

The debate was divided into nine 10-minute segments and was moderated by CBS News anchor Elaine Quijano.

After a heated first presidential debate, there was much speculation on how the vice presidential candidates would respond to back up their presidential bids.

So, who won the debate?


  • Never go full liberal

    It saddens me that 21.39% of the people polled are as dumb as Tim Kaine. Keep drinking the kool aide folks, keep drinking.

  • odinscharge

    Pence won the debate and set himself up for a 2020 run by distancing himself from the pathetic Donald by refusing to defend Donald’s ignorant lies.

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