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Twitter Reacts to the 2016 Vice-Presidential Debate

Twitter Reacts to the 2016 Vice-Presidential Debate by Jessica Fu x9626/shutterstock.com The vice-presidential debate between Democratic nominee Tim Kaine and the GOP's Mike Pence just concluded. Although the debate likely saw lower viewership than last week's presidential one, it quickly became a top trending topic on social media. For example, shortly after closing statements were made by both nominees, #ThatMexicanThing to begin to spread on Twitter.
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