Veep Debate Gets Heated

ABC News' Ali Dukakis takes a look at the first vice presidential debate as Gov. Mike Pence and Sen. Tim Kaine battle it out for air time
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That is longwood university in Virginia the scene of the vice presidential debate last night and ABC's Ellen Dukakis takes a look at the moments that are sure group get attention. In the day ahead good morning Alley. Good morning cabinet and that and lures expecting a team or tone and then vice presidential debate Tuesday night. We're treated to let Tom mulch US tat act had. Not unlike what we've seen between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The first meeting between the nominee's first active running mates Virginia senator Tim Kaine. An Indiana governor Mike pants showed both readying for battle. The claws were out between vice presidential picks same pain and night. And on the debate stage in farm bill Virginia's Tuesday night. And I can't imagine how governor pens can defend the insult driven selfish me first style Donald Trump the senator you and Hillary Clinton would know a lot about an insult driven campaign. That caring gauging campaigning tactics war of words telegraphed that they require the moderator inter bank general ericsson's standard home cannot and perhaps either one of you when you speak over each other. I would please ask you to wait until it is that the others changed constant in our options and continuing campaign attacks she she had Clinton foundation accepting contributions from foreign governments. He and you are Donald Trump I don't I'm supremacist. Let me talk about the senate they I think they still alive and well I think Cain clearly placing him on taking down trop. Donald Trump can't start a Twitter war with miss universe without shooting himself in the foot he loves dictators he's got kind of a personal mount Rushmore. Vladimir Putin's can Johnny's did you work on that when a long time does that have not really creative lines in. Fraud and see if you can look and any and it looked like pushing had to defend his bottom acting business and running paints. But he used attacks were just so we're supposed to be used and he did it brilliantly how do you know about 300 sales right away. Because he's created a business that's worth billions of dollars to having another Donald Trump. And I would never support legislation to punish. Women who made the heartbreaking choice to end a pregnancy and why did Donald Trump's we just never why did he say that well look but it's it's what he's not a polished politician like you and Hillary Clinton and so. You know what I would ultimately bottom I was actually mean hence proving the last three active to provocation. And Ron Ronald Reagan said something really interesting about nuclear proliferation back in the 1980s. He said the problem with nuclear proliferation. Is that some Fuller maniac. Could trigger a catastrophic event. And I think that's governor passes running mate is exactly what President Reagan warned us senator senator there was even beneath you and Hillary Clinton and that that's pretty low. Clinton Campaign supporters are knocking her running meets performing its concern canes and second interruptions of pants. Did not serve the senator well. Next up around two for the presidential contenders. All face op and a town hall style debate forum. Hosted by our own ABC's Martha Raddatz just days away day they Sunday. And S Diane.

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