WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT MIKE PENCE’S “HUGE WIN” AT THE DEBATE

Mike Pence: “Winner”

New York Magazine’s Andrew Sullivan: “It Seems Clear To Me That This Was A Huge Win For Trump-Pence.” (New York Magazine, 10/4/16)

The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza: “Winners: Mike Pence.” (The Washington Post, 10/4/16)

Cillizza: “From The Very Beginning, Pence Was The More Comfortable Of The Two Men On The Debate Stage.” (The Washington Post, 10/4/16)

The Atlantic’s Russell Berman: “In Tone And Comportment, Mike Pence Clearly Had The Upper Hand During This Debate.” (The Atlantic, 10/4/16)

Time’s Zeke Miller: “Axelrod Giving The Style Points To Pence On CNN.” (Twitter.com, 10/4/16)

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews On Pence: “His Body Language Was Excellent, He Was Very Good On Reaction, He Looked Like A Grown-Up.” (MSNBC, 10/4/16)

Wall Street Journal’s Reid Epstein: “Mike Pence Did What He Clearly Aimed To Do Tonight…”“Mike Pence did what he clearly aimed to do tonight: Attack Hillary Clinton as an agent of the Washington establishment no matter what Tim Kaine or moderator Elaine Quijano said about Mr. Trump’s past statements or policies.” (Wall Street Journal, 10/4/16)

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Kaine: “Loser”

 CNN’s Dan Merica: “Undecided Voter In Ohio Says, ‘Kaine Came Off Like A Jerk’ Tonight. Adds That He ‘Reinforced’ Some Of The Negatives About Clinton.” (Twitter.com, 10/4/16)

The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza: “Losers: Tim Kaine.” (The Washington Post, 10/4/16)

Cillizza On Kaine’s Performance: “Not A Good Look.” (The Washington Post, 10/4/16)

NBC News’ Andrea Mitchell: “We Are Are Hearing A Lot Of Vibe Here In The Spin Room That A Lot Of People Feel That Tim Kaine Was Too Aggressive. That The Impression That The Viewers Had Was That There Were Too Many Interruptions.” (MSNBC, 10/4/16)

New York Magazine’s Andrew Sullivan On Kaine: “I Don’t Think He Appeared Presidential… He Seemed Like A Classic Politician…” “As for Kaine, I don’t think he appeared presidential; he failed to defend the past eight years clearly and aggressively enough; he did nothing to rouse the Obama coalition. He seemed like a classic politician.” (New York Magazine, 10/4/16)

The Atlantic’s Russell Berman: “Kaine, Meanwhile, Seemed A Bit Jumpy, And Interrupted Pence Quite A Bit, Perhaps Too Much.” (The Atlantic, 10/4/16)

CBS News’ Erica R. Brown: “Kaine Leads With The Interruptions Tonight.” (Twitter.com, 10/4/16)

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews: “I Don’t Know Why [Kaine] Kept Interrupting, Because With Two People Debating, The Other Guy Gets The Chance To Speak. He Couldn’t Wait For That, And I Think That Hurt Him.” (MSNBC, 10/4/16)