"He’s pretty smooth but there is one thing he can’t do and that is defend Donald Trump on anything," Kaine said.
"I’ve never played hockey but I think I’d be a good goalie based on last night. Nothing was going in the net last night," Kaine said.
While Kaine seemed pleased with his defense of Clinton, he admitted that he's faced some criticism for his interruptions of Pence.
"I got dinged a little bit even by my wife for interrupting too much. Okay. But the key part of that debate was at some points I felt like both me and Mike Pence were debating Donald Trump. I was going after Donald Trump and Mike Pence kind of going after Trump with me. And I can’t imagine that that made the Donald too happy so there may have been some interesting conversations about that today on the other side of the aisle," Kaine said.
His running mate echoed his attacks on Pence and Trump.
Today, Trump tweeted about Kaine's "interruptions.
At a roundtable in Nevada, Trump said he was proud of Pence and Pence "won on the issues."
On his performance, Pence said, "Some people think I won. But, I’ll leave that to others. You know what I could tell you from where I sat, Donald Trump won the debate."