Tim Kaine and Mike Pence are both feeling more pressure to perform in their own vice presidential debate after Monday’s caustic contest between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
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Kaine spoke to Clinton shortly after, disclosing to a crowd at a Democratic field office here that his running mate’s debate chops raise expectations for Kaine to match her.
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“Man, you’ve really raised the bar. You put the kind of pressure on me that I like to really help my debate next Tuesday,” Kaine recounted telling Clinton in a speech to field organizers here.
Pence expressed similar sentiment, saying on Fox News he’s been dusting off his Capitol Hill experience to get ready to go toe-to-toe with the Virginia senator.
“Donald Trump raised the bar for his running mate last night,” Pence said.
So who is going to win?