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Fox News: David Bossie: At VP debate, Pence's steady hand vs. the uncertainty of Harris was on full display

At the VP debate Mike Pence once again demonstrated that he’s ready to become president at a moment’s notice

Wednesday night’s vice-presidential debate between Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Vice President Mike Pence showcased the steady hand of Pence against the uncertainty of Harris.

Picking up on his victorious debate against Hillary Clinton’s running mate Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine in 2016, Vice President Pence once again demonstrated that he’s ready to become president at a moment’s notice.

Harris, on the other hand, came off as untested and unlikable.

This debate was Harris’ first unscripted introduction before a national audience of general election voters who were interested in learning more about the first-term senator from California. Harris would be vice president for the oldest president to ever be sworn into office at 78 years of age.

Harris failed to make the case that she’s ready to assume command of our country or capable of being president of all the people, regardless of their beliefs.

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