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05.10.2016

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No surprises in US vice-presidential debate MP3

The last time anyone said anything really memorable in a US vice-presidential debate was probably in 1988. That was the one when the Democrat Lloyd Bentsen told the Republican Dan Quayle, who'd compared himself to President Kennedy, 'I knew Jack Kennedy. Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy.' There were no such zingers in the 2016 vice-presidential debate between Republican Governor Mike Pence and Democrat Senator Tim Kai... Source: abc.net.au

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