"They say, Donald Trump loves Putin", he said, adding that he has no strong feeling about the Russian leader.
"Mr. Trump will be ready", the campaign's communications director Jason Miller said on CNN's "New Day". But for voters seeking assurances from Pence about Trump's temperament, there was little to cling to. "He made a whole new policy up on Syria which embraced Hillary Clinton's approach to what's been going on in Syria", Podesta said. "The VP's job is to go in and try to defend the top of the ticket".
Five weeks from Election Day, the race appears to be tipping in Clinton's favor.
Unfortunately for Pence and Trump, a goodly number of Americans understand that the presidency is more than style, that it is a serious job for a person with a grasp of national and worldwide issues. Other post-debate polls showed the former secretary of state with leads in crucial battlegrounds such as Pennsylvania and North Carolina.
When Trump effectively locked up the Republican presidential nomination in May, he told NBC's Lester Holt that some politicians who have spoken out against him actually support him behind closed doors.
Kaine also responded to critics of his own debate performance, and suggestions that he interrupted too often and missed opportunities. While I digested the different comments and reactions of the two candidates, it struck me just how similar Tim Kaine's bravado is to Trump.
After Hillary Clinton's running mate, Virginia Sen. "We'll see", Trump told supporters during a campaign stop in the swing state of Nevada.
The campaign's focus shifts back now to the presidential nominees, who meet again Sunday for the second of three debates. Donald Trump already has a lock on obnoxious.
Non-implementation of Kashmir resolution is UN's persistent failure: Maleeha Lodhi
She called this "the worst form of state terrorism, a war crime, which India has perpetrated by its illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir for decades".
Since last week's debate, Trump has faced a barrage of questions over a leaked tax return showing he lost more than $900 billion in 1995.
"He was playing a tough role there because he was trying to keep the conversation away from Trump and on to Clinton", she said. He barely allowed Pence, the governor of IN, to finish the answer to his first question before Kaine launched into a series of interruptions. Kaine saw his task as making Trump the central issue of the night, and he largely succeeded.
Said Kaine: "That's a really important one". "He's got like a personal Mount Rushmore: Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong Un, Moammar Gadhafi and Saddam Hussein".
The confused silence from the crowd mixed with a few shouts of disagreement indicated that quite a few Nevadans pronounce their home state "Neh-VAD-uh".
Podesta pointed to Pence adopting different positions than Trump on Russian Federation and saying the U.S. military should be prepared to strike the Syrian government. "We can't take any of this seriously anymore".
"You know what else I prepared for?" And here they are mixing it up in last night's debate.
Many debate recap articles point to Pence as the victor, but I'd say everyone lost, including Quijano and anyone watching on television.