Don and Brian discuss the 70-plus interruptions by Democrat and Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine during the vice presidential debate, Mike Pence’s performance as Donald Trump’s VP pick, October wild-card baseball and Trump’s taxes! Here is the iTunes link. Below is the SoundCloud audio file: Here is our YouTube recording of the podcast:
According to FiveThirtyEight’s tally of last night’s vice presidential debate, Tim Kaine, the Democratic Virginia U.S. Senator who is Hillary Clinton’s vice president running mate, interrupted Trump’s running mate Mike Pence (current Indiana governor) an estimated 70 times. Pence, on the other hand, only interrupted Kaine a little over 40 times.
Their headline article for the VP pick this weekend read, “Hillary Clinton Opts for Experience Over Exhilaration in Tim Kaine Pick“. Sound underwhelming to you?
That’s not exactly the question on many minds as the GOP/RNC convention is taking place in Cleveland, Ohio and the media circus that surrounds Donald Trump. But have to give props to NBC News to try to bring attention back to Hillary Clinton.
Um, sure, Chris Christie. You stuck your neck out for Donald Trump because you believed in the cause? Hard to believe politicians, isn’t it?
Joy Pullmann over at The Federalist pulls no punches in her criticism of Mike Pence and lack of political backbone over religious freedom: Pence not only blinked, he practically got on his knees and begged a tiny minority group whose adherents will never vote for him or his party to stop economically blackmailing his state […]
Interesting commentary from Jay Caruso over at Conservative Review. Worth a read: The issue of the running mate has always fascinated the press and politicos. It is something they can discuss ad nauseam. Questions abound such as, “Will so and so help in this state?” and “Will people be thinking about so and so when […]
Well, that’s nice to print talking points for the Left in attacking Trump *sarcasm* As both a congressman and governor, Pence was a reliable ally of social conservatives who often says he is, “a Christian, a conservative and a Republican — in that order.” Democrats say that agenda is a major vulnerability in a general […]
Donald Trump, the presumed GOP nominee, has postponed the announcement of his vice president after the truck attack killed at least 84 people in Nice, France.
Who really knows who Trump will pick at this point, considering his unpredictability.
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