Clinton Campaign Reacts to Vice Presidential Debate

The Clinton campaign called the debate a win for Sen. Tim Kaine because his opponent, Gov. Mike Pence, was not able to shift the focus of the race after Donald Trump's debate performance.
1:32 | 10/05/16

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ABC's Cecilia Vega also there. She joins us now from farmville, Virginia, with the latest. Good morning, Cecilia. Reporter: Good morning. I guess it's no surprise the Clinton xafrp is declaring victory, a big win for them too and spin is in full effect. This, Tim kaine, after the debate, he showed up at a watch party, all smiles and you can see him right there. Take a listen to what he told reporters after that debate. It was intense. It was intense, it was awesome. It was the fastest 90 minutes of showbiz. Reporter: Yeah, showbiz. The Clinton campaign, you know, they say kaine's job was one thing, he had to hold Mike pence accountable for Donald Trump's comments and his policies and they say he did that. You heard him in Tom's story talk about Mexicans are rapists repeatedly and brought it up four times, a repeated line of attack but the Clinton camp, one aide is saying not even pence could defend Donald Trump. They say that the onus was on Mike pence to shift the focus of this race so far given Donald Trump's performance in that last debate and say he fell short of that overnight? One of the other big headlines from last night were all of those interruptions, kaine taking some heat for that. Reporter: Yeah, he certainly is, even from Clinton allies. You know, former chief Obama strategist David Axelrod said it did not serve him well but one kaine aide told me he did what a vice president is supposed to do on that stage, fought the fight, guys. They say he took one for the team. All right, Cecilia Vega, thanks so much.

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