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Winning By Losing, Losing By Winning

Pence won hands down, in much the way I thought Hillary won the first presidential debate: He was simply better than his opponent. That’s not entirely fair, because I think Pence came across more likable and presidential than Hillary did and much more likable and presidential than Tim Kaine. In fact, going into this, I had mostly convinced myself that Kaine was a more likable and decent guy than the person I saw tonight.
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