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With plexiglass and more than 12 feet of distance separating them, Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic nominee Sen. Kamala Harris of California will debate in Salt Lake City on Wednesday night in the first and only one-on-one matchup between the vice presidential candidates.
The showdown comes as President Donald Trump and several in his orbit have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, raising questions on a transfer of power to the vice president were Trump at 74 -- or Democratic nominee Joe Biden at 77 -- to become too ill to serve.
The 90-minute debate airs commercial-free from 9 to 10:30 p.m. ET on ABC and ABC News Live. Network coverage begins at 8 p.m. with a one-hour "20/20" special, "Pence vs. Harris: The Vice Presidential Debate." ABC News Live will begin streaming coverage at 7 p.m. with ABC News' political team providing context and analysis on both platforms following the debate.
VP debate live updates: Pence vs. Harris and what you need to know
originally posted by: Drucifer
Kamala’s going to be behind her podium showing Mike some upper thigh in hopes he’ll buckle due to not seeing another woman’s upper thigh area aside from his wife’s since his college years.
Hell, Kamala might just shoot Trump a text and see if she can work her way up his ladder. Biden’s probably not pulling out the stiff one at this point in his life.