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This Photo Sums Up How the Audience Felt About the Vice Presidential Debate

Before the vice presidential debate began Tuesday, moderator Elaine Quijano reminded the crowd at Longwood University not to cheer. She didn’t need to. Unlike at the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the audience for the face-off between their running mates did not interrupt with cheers and applause at all. The 90-minute…
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