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are perpetrating violence and taking -- >> do you want to take the tar brush to mexicans on that? >> he said many of them are good people. you keep leaving that out of your quote. there is a choice here and it is a choice on life. i couldn't be more proud to be standing with donald trump, who is standing for the right to life. it's a principle that senator kaine, and i'm very gentle about this because i really do respect you, it's a principle that you embrace, and i have appreciated the fact that you've supported the hyde amendment which bans the use of taxpayer funding for abortion in the past. that's not hillary clinton's view. people need to understand we can come together as a nation create a culture of life. more and more young people today are embracing life because we know we're better for it. we can -- like mother teresa said -- >> this is important. >> let's go welcome the children into our world.
>> let -- >> there are so many families around the country who can't have children. >> governor -- >> if we can approve the options -- >> dove forgovernor why can't you trust women to make the choices for themselves? we can encourage people to support life but why don't you trust women? why doesn't donald trump trust women to make this choice for themselves? that's what we ought to be doing in public life living our lives of faith or motivation with enthusiasm and excitement convincing each other, dialoguing with each other about important moral issues of the day. but on fundamental issues of morality we should let women make their own decisions. >> because a society can be judged by how it deals with its most vulnerable. the aged the infirm the disabled and the unborn. i believe it with all my heart. and i couldn't be more proud to be standing with a pro-life candidate in donald trump. >> i do have one final question for you both tonight. it has been a divisive campaign. senator kaine, if your ticket
wins what specifically are you going to do to unify the country and reassure the people who voted against you? >> that's a really important one. that may be the $64,000 question because it has been a divisive campaign. and again, hillary is running a campaign about stronger together. and donald trump, and this is not directed at this man, except to the extent that he can't defend donald trump, donald trump has run a campaign that's been about one insult after the next. we do have to bring the country together. so here's what we'll do. hillary clinton was first lady then senator for eight years, then secretary of state. and i serve in the senate. and i'm really amazed elaine as i talk to republican senators how well they regard and respect hillary clinton. she was on the armed services committee. she was on other committees. she worked across the aisle when she was first lady to get the chip program passed so that 8 million low income kids have health insurance in this
country, including in indiana. she worked across the aisle in 9/11 to get health benefits for the first responders who bravely went into the towers and the pentagon. she worked to get tricare benefits for national guard members, including hughesier ierhoosiers and virginians. i was a governor of virginia with two republican houses. in the senate i have good working relationships across the aisle. because i think it's fine to be a democrat or republican or independent. but after election day, the goal is work together. and hillary clinton has a track record of accomplishment across the aisle that will enable her to do just that when we work with the new congress in january. >> governor how will you unify the country if you win? >> thank you, elaine and thanks for a great discussion. >> absolutely. >> tonight. thank you, senator. this is a very challenging time in the life of our nation. we can -- american's place in
the world, the leadership of barack obama and hillary clinton on the world stage has been followed by an economy that is truly struggling stifled by an avalanche of more taxes, more regulation obamacare, the war on coal and the kind of trade deals that have put american workers in the back seat. i think the best way that we can bring people together is through change in washington, dc. you know i served in washington, dc for 12 years, in the congress of the united states. and i served with many republicans and democrats, men and women of goodwill. the potential is there to really change the direction of this country. but it's going to take leadership to do it. the american people want to see our nation standing tall on the world stage again. they want to see us supporting our military rebuilding our military commanding the respect of the world. and they want to see the american economy off to the races again. they want to see an american
come back. donald trump's entire career has been about building. it's going through hardship just like a businessperson does and finding a way through smarts and ingenuity and resilience to fight forward. when donald trump becomes president of the united states we're going to have a stronger america. when you hear him say he wants to make america great again, when we do that i truly do believe the american people are going to be standing taller. they're going to see that real change can happen after decades of just talking about it. and when that happens, the american people are going to stand tall stand together and we'll have the kind of unity that's been missing for way too long. >> all right, gentlemen. thank you so much. this concludes the vice presidential debate. my thanks to the candidates, the commission and to you for watching. please tune in this sunday for the second presidential debate at washington university in st. louis and the final debate on october 19th at the university of nevada las vegas. from farmville, virginia i'm
elaine quijano of cbs news. good night. [ applause ] >> the republican and democratic nominees to be vice president of the united states and a debate which stands in stark contrast to what we saw last week before the republican and democratic standard bearers' aggressive interruptions to begin tonight. donald trump -- i should say, mike pence's attacks on the clinton leadership and trustworthiness issues tim kaine demanding that mike pence defend donald trump's position throughout. and through it all, an attempt by pence to turn around the recent slide in the polls and reset the deck for donald trump, providing a roadmap for future
debates between donald trump and hillary clinton. the question is did it succeed tonight? kellyanne conway donald trump's spokesperson stepping into this room behind us this evening, as the debate itself was wrapping up just moments ago. donald trump live tweeting throughout. and the analysis will come next. but one thing is for certain. there was no late evening fade. there was no move away from the positions of the day. and certainly no move away from strategy on either man's part. we'll talk about all of that as fox broadcasting network's coverage continues right after this. ♪ ♪ ♪ i'll never go down your road ♪ ♪ i'll find my way on my own ♪ ♪ i'm never gonna fall in line ♪ ♪ your future is not mine ♪ ♪ your future is not mine ♪
the aftermath of the first and only vice presidential debate the aftermath of the only vice presidential debate. for the trump-pence campaign was to get trump to come forward and represent hillary clinton. and for tim kaine the idea was to succeed and could this vice presidential debate reset the stage for what's to come? there's an analysis now on fox news channel, on satellite and cable. the next debate is between the candidates themselves that's this sunday washington university in st. louis. we'll be there. i'm shepard smith, fox news farmville,
only vice presidential debate just wrapped up a few moments ago. the candidates are really going toe to toe on a number of issues including character of each of the candidates. both tax payments and immigration. >> all right we're going to have some highlights about all of that. we'll have reaction about our political analysts from the pence-kaine show down. but first we want to update you on today's stories. >> the robbery of two may be tied to the shooting of a couple in orinda last week. investigator i -- investigators say that they may have been tied to the case last week. a former livermore police
officer accused in the secs scandal has pled not guilty. the judge ordered black to surrender and post$14,000 bail today. a strange and frightening threat on social media has police in fairfield increasing security at two schools this. according to school officials this threat was discovered last night with a picture of a clown. tweeted that they would be coming to both fairfield high school and grange middle school. police looking into this and deemed these threats were not credible but they did increase security. this is all due to the mandatory overtime that the rank in file are forced to work each week because of that employee shortage. san jose is burning a hole in its fiscal pocket. spending $36 million so far in police overtime to adequately staff daily shifts. that's triple the amount since
2008. some officers have really long commutes and short turn around times so they're now sleeping in these rvs that are outside police headquarters. others are using sick days in lieu of scheduled time off. >> our officers are humans and they get sick and fatigued like everybody else. you can't come to work in that condition. it's not safe for the officers it's not safe for the citizens. >> the mayor and police chief say passage of measure f which will overhaul the pay and pension system is key to stabilizing the system. an eighth grade students threatened to bring a gun to a middle school in kentfield. according to reports a student made the threats in a snap chat video next week. deputies determined the student did not have a gun. school officials notified parents and that student who made the threat will not be allowed to return to school
until the investigation is complete. livermore police are asking the public for help to try to track down a bank robber. just before 1:00 saturday afternoon, the bank robber demanded cash. he's described as latino about 6'tall he was wearing that cal ball cap. anyone with information is asked to call livermore police. as we mentioned the mike pence-mike kaine show down is now in the record books. when we come back we'll look at
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i think he's a very fitting running mate for hillary clinton. because in the wake of a season where american families are struggling in this economy, under the weight of higher taxes and obama care and the war on coal and the stifling avalanche coming out of this administration. hillary clinton and tim kaine want more of the same. >> reporter: tim cain and mike pence debated on the stage. >> governor pence had to give donald trump his tax returns to show he was qualified to be vice president. donald trump must give the american public his tax returns to show that he's qualified to be president and he's breaking his promise. >> pence who is governor of
indiana and virginia governor kaine often spoke over each other. to talk more on this debate is bryan silva. bryan first reaction how did they do? >> you know if you wanted to pick a winner you couldn't. it was a draw. both of these people came in high. >> brian: preu paired. the >> brian: -- highly prepared. the amount of data and the economy of the united states and all the issues are remarkable. >> they both have a tremendous amount of experience in government so they're able to have very lengthy detailed intelligent discussions about these issues. how does that go over with the american voter? >> hopefully the american voter looked at them as the potential stand in if anything were to go wrong with the president or even leading up to the
president, the presidential candidate. that's the whole point of these vice presidents and to be able to step into the job. what we saw is either one of these individuals is qualified in terms of the knowledge of the world and the economy to step in. i think it should have given all voters comfort whether you're a republican or democrat that these two are great under studies. >> going into this, the whole idea the plan of attack is to defend your candidate and attack the others. either one of them do better than the other at that aspect? >> it depends on how you look at it. i think tim kaine was more vociferous about trump. so they both followed a very choreographe d script on how they were going to go in. they were both very prepared. perhaps donald trump should
take a page out of that book for his debate on sunday. >> there's this score about turning down the volume and watched the debate and it seemed that kaine interrupted pence a lot more. >> it's a strategy. i prefer a debate when the moderator says wait your turn. in fact, they did talk to each other about let me finish. it was just a really solid debate. any one liners that stick out in your line. those lines that people will remember when they think about this debate. >> not so much. kaine came in with a couple of scripted lines that he threw out more than once. it had to do with taxes. he had a specific role and his role was to really go hard after donald trump. and respect that pence had a
long history in public service. pence was more of trying to play more of the team member. and that the team would succeed in washington, d.c. because they're outsiders, they're not insiders. so they both came in with a different idea of what they were trying to accomplish. i think on balance they both accomplished what they set out to do. >> bryan, we're going to have more with you after the break. it was fascinating the parts we did see. and they're certainly not amateurs we're not talking about sarah p alin. >> no, no gaffes like that. and coming up, wild pigs, what you should do if you see one. we
need leaders who get it. so that we can move away from coal and oil to clean energy. i'm tom steyer.
people in the san jose neighborhood say wild pigs are taking over their community. our own janine de la vega saw one of the pigs. the pigs have been tearing up yards. people who live around there say pigs are really active at night and they're coming from a ranch across the street. a few years ago, neighbors reenforced the fence with barb wire but they suspect the pigs found a hole. >> as it keeps getting more and more dry there's less food out there. so as they come in here they're grubbing.
they're looking for food and worms. >> putting up a temporary plastic or metal fence around your lawn can help keep them away. the pigs are considered dangerous, so do not approach them on your own. today a memorial was held to remember arnold palmer. a public memorial service was held at palmer's hometown of latrobe, pennsylvania. >> i may have had to battle arnold's army early on but i never had to battle arnold palmer. he was the king of our sport and he always will be. >> jack nicholas said he had
known palmer for many years. what impact will this debate have on the polling? >> i don't think much. i think people will come out saying both nominees have great vice presidential candidates and we're happy. >> what about undecided? >> the undecideds are not going to vote on president based on how these two did. i don't think it'll have a real impact. >> were there any personal moments, personal shots taken like we saw between trump and clinton in this one. i did see tim kaine bring up trump's remarks about women calling them ugly and fat and all of that. does that continue? >> it didn't permeate into the vice presidential candidates themselves. there was feelings about religion and life. i think they both gave very
passionate answers because quite frankly they both think a lot alike on those issues. i thought at that point in the debate, great respect. i mean they're deferred. but all in all except for the few times when they had cross conversation, tons of information and clearly two individuals who are really, really prepared for this debate. >> yeah they are both men of profound faith. before the debate started a lot of people were calling, saying this was going to be a snooze fest and it wasn't. as people mentioned they really did come out and went at each other. but like you said in a very respectful way. >> i hope when we say it's a great debate it isn't because we play insider baseball things we like to watch and a lot of people don't. i think if people sat and watched this debate they got a lot of content and they should be proud of those two individuals. >> the problem for the typical voter, not many people know who these two men are.
this was a good way for them to introduce themselves to the american public. prior to tonight a lot of people didn't know who pence or kaine were. >> the audience -- we'll wait for the numbers, probably half of those who tuned in for the show. but a lot of people tuned in. people will see that these individuals are really on top of their game. >> thank you for your time. the debate is over and now the main event is coming up in a week or so. >> yes, on sunday. >> thank you for joining us. good night. >> good night. y, your rump roast just broke t ernet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok.
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