A plane carrying Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence skidded off a runway Thursday night as it landed at LaGuardia Airport in New York. There were no reported injuries.
According to KTLA:
The press pool in the back of the aircraft, a Boeing 737-700 chartered from Eastern Airlines that was painted with the campaign’s logo, could feel the plane fishtailing as it touched down and sliding off the runway before coming to a very sharp halt in the grass off the side of the runway.
Once the plane came to a full stop, the Indiana governor walked to the back of the plane to check on the press. As everyone on board deplaned, Pence could be seen speaking with emergency responders.
A spokesman for Pence said the vice presidential nominee would retire to his hotel for the evening, canceling an appearance at a closed-door fundraiser that had been scheduled in Trump Tower. He called into the event instead, a senior Pence aide said.
Read the entire article Mike Pence’s Plane Skids Off Rainy Runway at LaGuardia Airport in NYC — KTLA
A conversation on abortion took a turn when Tim Kaine questioned Donald Trump’s ability to lead by criticizing his past statements on Mexican immigrants. “Senator, you whipped out that Mexican thing again,” Pence responded.
(Here’s the full transcript of their exchange.) “That Mexican thing” immediately struck a chord with debate-watchers.
Already, http://www.thatMexicanthing.com redirects back to Hillary Clinton campaign’s official website.
Read the entire article, including live tweets from social media users: ‘That Mexican Thing’: Mike Pence VP Debate Comment Sparks Website, Twitter Hashtag — KTLA
A record 84 million people watched the first face-off between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton last week. And those who tuned in for a spectacle were not disappointed. By comparison, the matchup tonight between their respective No. 2s should pack all the excitement of a televised taste test between Triscuits and Wheat Thins.
Republican Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and Democratic Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine—similarly earnest, avuncular figures, born a year apart, both with experience in Congress and as chief executives of their respective states but without big national profiles—will likely each turn in a competent performance tonight. (The two take the stage at 9 p.m. E.ST., at Longwood University in Farmville, Va., and the event will be broadcast by CBS.)
Read the entire article: Mike Pence versus Tim Kaine: What to Watch For in the Vice Presidential Debate — Fortune