It is not an argument that the White House GOP Vice Presidential hopeful helped his senior explosive running mate reset a very rough week in the race to the White House . . .
The Indiana Governor Mike Pence helped Donald Trump “reset” his campaign with a strong performance in the vice presidential debate against DEM Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia on Tuesday night.
“It was fantastic. It was a huge win for the campaign. I think this will provide major momentum boost. I think you’ll see kind of a reset,” Nick Ayers, a senior adviser to Pence, told Yahoo News in the spin room at Longwood University.
The vice presidential debate came after a rough week for Donald Trump. Every mainstream media in the United States said Trump lost the first Presidential debate to Hilary Clinton. That wasn’t enough as Trump went into a tirade, orchestrating a highly publicized Twitter feud with a former beauty queen, and declining poll numbers.
The smoothness of Pence was obvious during the debate and he came across as a smooth operator. Clinton staffers who spoke to reporters in the post-debate spin room all argued that Pence was “smooth” but he avoided trying to counter Kaine’s criticisms of Trump.
Photo L-R: VP Debate – Democratic Tim Kaine & Republican Mike Pence
Everybody will agree with me that Mike Pence probably came into the debate to change the trajectory of the campaign for his running mate. Watching the VP debate, I think that Pence just outclassed Kaine and that is a fact – without the usual fact checking of CNN and co.
Watch the VP Debate: Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence squared off on Oct. 4, Tuesday, 9 p.m. EST at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016: Vice presidential debate in Farmville, Virginia, at Longwood University, moderated by CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano, between Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine and Republican Donald Trump running mate Mike Pence.
I understand that Mike Pence is a governor and a former congressman – oh I forgot, he had a five-year stint as a radio talk show host in America. All they do in radio talk shows is to talk and having talked for five good years before entering politics, Pence had become a seasoned debater and he flawed Kaine – but he threw Donald Trump under the bus – without defending Trump’s verbal indiscretions on the campaign trail as put forward by Kaine. Mike Pence was simply a winner on Tuesday, Oct 4, 2016 at 9– 11 pm. EST.
Watch the full VP debate below: