While reporters are busy asking every Republican candidate whether Donald Trump should serve as a role model for kids, maybe they should think about asking Democrats whether the potential co-president, Bill Clinton, should be a role model too. Here’s New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte being asked Monday night during a debate with her challenger, Gov. Maggie Hassan, whether Trump should serve as a role model.
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I noticed this, did you? Once Mike Pence started laying into Hillary Clinton, it was time to move on. H/T to the Washington Free Beacon.
“Don’t interrupt me while I’m interrupting.” It’s one of those famous Winston Churchill quotes, and it applies nicely to last night’s vice presidential debate. Sen. Tim Kaine came in with an obvious strategy to rudely interrupt Gov. Mike Pence every chance he got. Democrats love pulling this kind of tactical nonsense during debates — for example, Al Gore’s stagey sighing against George W. Bush and
This was strange. Tim Kaine felt he had to brag about being around on 9/11 when Pence mentioned he was in Washington and saw the clouds of smoke rising from the Pentagon. “I was in Virginia,” Kaine said, sounding about four years old. H/T Washington Free Beacon.