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10 Wrong Facts Mentioned by The Vice Presidential Candidate during Last-Night Debate

The Vice Presidential Candidate
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In the very first Vice Presidential Debate, 2016 held on Tuesday, October 4 at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia.

What’s more, just like the case for most verbal confrontations, truths did not generally rule when Governor Mike Pence (R-IN) and Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) began talking. Even if human blunder is inescapable, it’s generally valuable to parse out where our nation’s leader miss the mark during debate since they’re competing to, they know how a nation run better.

Here are 10 facts at which our potential VPs came up in last night debates.

1. Mike Pence: “Well, first off, thank you, Elaine, and thank you to Norwood University for the wonderful hospitality and the Commission on Presidential Debates.”

Mike Pence

What was the Fact?

This debate was held at Longwood University, not Norwood.