Hillary Clinton‘s and Donald Trump‘s running mates will meet on stage at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia, at 9 p.m. The debate will run for 90 minutes without commercial breaks and will air on all major television networks and cable channels. Us Weekly will also be live-streaming the big event.
Kaine and Pence will be seated for a round table discussion instead of standing at podiums. The event will be split into 10-minute segments and each candidate will have two minutes to respond to a question.
Over the weekend, Kaine revealed that he is going to “be myself” during the debate. “I’m calm,” he told reporters after leaving mass on Sunday in Richmond, Virginia, via ABC. “Things work out the way they are supposed to.”
The former secretary of state and the media mogul will surely be watching the debate as they continue on the campaign trail.
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