Poll: Who do you think won the Vice-Presidential debate?
PUBLISHED Tue, October 04, 2016 - 10:52pm EDT
In Tuesday's night's vice presidential debate in Farmville, Va, Tim Kaine and Mike Pence wasted no time hitting each other, and the top of the other party's ticket. Characterizing Republican nominee Donald Trump as someone who puts himself and his own interests first, Kaine went on the offensive in his opening remarks.
On the other side, naming the crises in Syria and Russia as examples of the Obama administration's "weak" foreign policy, the Indiana governor criticized Hillary Clinton for her tenure as secretary of state, which he said had "weakened America's place in the world."
The only Vice-Presidential debate of the election season is over. Gov. Mike Pence (R) and Sen. Tim Kaine (D) made their case to the American voter. Who do you think won?
Discalimer: This is an informal poll. Results are not scientific and may not necessarily reflect the opinions of the public as a whole.
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