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How Much Will Tuesday’s VP Debate Matter: Not a Lot? Or Not at All?

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine get their turn to face off in primetime on Tuesday during the first and only vice presidential debate of 2016. A record 84 million people tuned in to watch the top of their tickets, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, square off last week. But nobody expects there to be the same level of interest in a debate between two men whose biggest selling points during the veepstakes included their wallpaper-like ability to blend into the background.
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