As Mike Pence spends his days giggling and trying to defend Donald Trump’s predictions. Hillary Clinton’s running mate Sen. Tim Kaine is gutting the Republican presidential nominee.
Gov. Pence burst out laughing when asked about the idea that Trump could win 95% of the African-American vote in 2020:
Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine was calling out Trump’s history of shady business dealings:
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While campaigning in Las Vegas, NV, Sen. Kaine said, “Today, he raised some questions about the Clinton Foundation. The Clinton Foundation is a non-profit that is a world class charity. It’s provided life-saving AIDS drugs to eleven and a half million people, and all of the donors to the foundation have been publicly disclosed and the foundation will restructure itself completely if Hillary Clinton is elected president. That’s a pledge. Donald Trump, on the other hand, has told us nothing about how he’ll deal with the conflicts caused by his business dealings, like the money his company owes to the Bank of China. And I have this to say to Donald Trump because these ties affect your net worth before you go attacking a charity, why do you come clean about your own business dealings?”
Tim Kaine and Mike Pence both occupy the same spot on each party’s respective tickets, but they are playing two very different roles.
When Pence and Kaine are examined side by side it highlights the contrast between the two campaigns. Gov. Mike Pence is running around the country giggling while trying to clean up after Donald Trump. Sen. Tim Kaine is making Clinton’s argument while taking on the Republican nominee.
Democrats are focused on winning an election. Republicans are caught up the endless tidal wave of Trump created drama that could end up drowning them at the polls in November.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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