The face-off between Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris in Salt Lake City Utah model a distinct lacuna between two parties with ideological and political differences.
Susan Page Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today moderated the debate and fought to maintain earmarked time for each candidate. Its a debate of fact versus emotion and style versus policy.
The debate was less chaotic compared to the last one between President Trump and Former vice president Biden. Pence defended the policy of their administration while Harris’s schemed different questions regarding Parking the Supreme Court and her past record on the senator and a prosecutor.
In a normal election year, vice presidential debates don’t influence voters as the main emphasis is on the presidential candidates. Both candidates were pressed on hot topics like the Supreme Court, China, Coronavirus, The role of American in the World, Breonna Taylor’s case, Health care, abortion, climate change, Transfer of power after the election, and the economy.
The debate ended with a question from an Utah student over Severe political divisions in the country. While mainstream media may declare Harris the winner but the memorable moment was when she bluntly declined to answer court parking questions the same way Joe Biden did.
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