Donald Trump promised last night to live Tweet the vice presidential debate in Farmville, Va., and he didn't disappoint.
But, Democrat Tim Kaine's tendency to interrupt Republican Mike Pence during the 90-minute affair was still stuck in Trump's craw this morning.
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For Trump, his missives during the debate itself were fairly low-key. As the debate began, he actually had a positive message about both candidates.
The Republican Party, however, cleverly -- and quickly -- put together a reel of Kaine's interruptions.
Democrat Hillary Clinton took shots at Pence or re-tweeted others who did and praised Kaine.
This morning, Clinton seized on the narrative that Pence seemed to avoid defending Trump.
Finally, while he was not on the stage, former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld promised to live tweet the debate as well. The Libertarian nominee for vice president did so from Atlanta, ahead of a Wednesday evening appearance at the Venetian Room in downtown Atlanta.
Shockingly, he thought neither Kaine nor Pence won.