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Moderator Elaine Quijano Made The VP Debate a Lot Worse Than It Had to Be

A belatedly glorious eight days for the American media ended Tuesday night. After Lester Holt's altogether excellent moderating job in the first presidential debate last week, and following a number of superb Donald Trump exposés over the past week, CBS News's Elaine Quijano did a disastrous job of "moderating" the altogether gruesome skirmish between vice presidential candidates Tim Kaine and Mike Pence in Virginia on Tuesday.
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