In this Sept. 7, 2016, file photo, tables are in place for the media for the Oct. 4 vice presidential debate at Longwood University in Farmville, Va. T (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)
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With the first presidential debate complete and its spin cycle nearly over, the two understudies are getting ready to take the main stage.The vice presidential debate Tuesday will be the only time Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine will have the nation's political attention all to themselves, away from their much more well-known running mates.Pence and Kaine are practiced public speakers with lengthy political careers who should bring a high level of polish to the undercard debate. Pence is a former talk radio host; Kaine a former Harvard-trained trial lawyer.It's made for some awkward moments, with Pence defending Trump's praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump's apparent support for a policy of stop-and-frisk by police, and Trump's feud with a Muslim-American family whose son, a U.S. Army captain, was killed while serving in Iraq in 2004 .After Monday's presidential debate, Pence made the rounds on the television networks, where he broke with Trump on global warming. After the first presidential debate, Kaine and Pence both claimed victory for their candidates and looked ahead to their showdown.
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