Kaine: Pence threw Trump 'under the bus' in debate

Posted October 08, 2016

In preparation for his second showdown with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Sunday, Mr. Trump has studied video footage of his widely panned performance in their first debate.

"You can not lead people that you loathe", he said.

What followed was a split-screen video with all the Trump campaign statements Kaine brought up during the debate on one side and Pence shaking his head in disgust on the other.

"I mean, how do you get more acclaimed than that?"

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Pence further clarifed his position on MSNBC's "Morning Joe". Chris Christie, Trump's debate coach, also attended the event.

If Pence stumbled anywhere, it was in his continued shock and surprise to learn that his runningmate had said half the things he'd said.

At one point, Trump told the crowd about his recent trip to Las Vegas, where he said Hispanics "like to be called" Latinos. But a town hall campaign stop in New Hampshire Thursday night suggested the candidate believes learning from your mistakes is dumb and that it's better to deny any mistakes were made and complain that you're being treated like a child.

Trump brushed off suggestions that he may have been irked by Pence's well-received debate performance, knocking Harwood - a CNBC and New York Times journalist - and King, from CNN, for reporting that Trump may have been bothered that Pence didn't defend him.

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"I'd encourage Donald Trump to do what he did in his first debate and that is be himself". Donald Trump's running mate ignited a social media firestorm the moment he spoke those three words.

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Meyers went on to describe Pence as a candidate from an "alternate universe" who wasn't running with Trump.

"My opponent insulted Miss Universe", Clinton said, resurrecting her Republican rival's comments last week about former beauty queen Alicia Machado's weight gain after she won the Miss Universe contest in 1996.

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"It's a comfortable format", she said on "GMA".