CALIFORNIA Senator Kamala Harris and Mike Pence have taken center stage in Salt Lake City for the only vice presidential debate ahead of the November election.
As the coronavirus continues to make its way through the White House ranks, Harris and Pence made their cases to American voters on the debate stage in Utah.
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The vice presidential candidates are seated 12 feet apart between two plexiglass dividers as moderator and USA Today journalist Susan Page grilled Harris and Pence about the coronavirus.
It's believed that Harris will focus on President Donald Trump's efforts to downplay the coronavirus pandemic and his declaration that he would end talks on a second virus economic relief package until after the election.
Meanwhile, Pence will highlight the Trump administration's economic record and try to paint the Democratic ticket as indebted to the "radical left," former Wisconsin Gov Scott Walker said in a Fox & Friends appearance on Wednesday.
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