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Kaine talks Trump, debate performance at Las Vegas rally

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Vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine held a rally at United Brotherhood of Carpenters Training Center in Las Vegas on Thursday, Oct. 6. (Source: Miguel Martinez-Valle/FOX5) Vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine held a rally at United Brotherhood of Carpenters Training Center in Las Vegas on Thursday, Oct. 6. (Source: Miguel Martinez-Valle/FOX5)
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Fresh off the debate, Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine brought the campaign to Las Vegas Thursday. 

He spoke at a training facility for the local carpenters’ union. Kaine showed up a little later than scheduled but wasted no time touting Hillary Clinton’s qualifications for office and taking jabs at Donald Trump.

One protester was removed from the rally early on. Following the brief interruption, Kaine spoke about plans for immigration and job creation, as well as his support for unions.

A number of polls indicated people thought Republican rival Mike Pence defeated Kaine during Tuesday’s debate. Kaine told the crowd he went into the debate with two objectives: defend Hillary Clinton and bring up Trump’s past comments in order to see if Pence could defend them.

Kaine admitted to the crowd that he came off a little too eager and assertive but said he just wants to make sure the right person ends up in the White House.

Kaine has another rally scheduled for Friday morning in Henderson.  

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