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Fact Checking The Vice-Presidential Debate: Who Exaggerated, Who Told The Truth, Who Lied

The one-and-only vice-presidential debate between Governor Mike Pence and Senator Tim Kaine occurred on October 4, 2016, giving both vice-president candidates the opportunity to showcase their stuff and defend their running mate’s positions. There’s no doubting that during any debate, there will be some exaggerations made on both sides of the table. These are some... Read more » Fact Ch
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