Post-debate poll: Who won the 2020 vice presidential debate, Kamala Harris or Mike Pence?

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Separated by plexiglass barriers, Republican Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic challenger Kamala Harris sparred Wednesday night over the Trump administration's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in the lone vice presidential debate

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Harris condemned the Republican president's leadership of the worst public health crisis in a century as the greatest failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country.''

She also declared she would not take a vaccine if President Donald Trump endorsed it without the backing of medical professionals. Pence, who leads the president's coronavirus task force, said that, in his words, from the very first day, President Trump has put the health of America first.''

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Trump tested positive for the coronavirus last week along with a number of other White House staffers and GOP senators, leading many to question the Trump admin's response to the pandemic.

So how did the candidates do?

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The Commission on Presidential Debates announced on Thursday tha the 2nd presidential debate would be held virtually, but President Trump said he would not participate.

See moments from each of the candidates below:

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In her opening remarks during Wednesday's vice presidential debate, Kamala Harris discussed the Trump Administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic.


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In the first and only vice presidential debate, Mike Pence took the stage and defended the administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic.





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