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  • Tim Kaine knocks Trump — and Florida Governor Scott

    Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine picked on not one but two Republican opponents Saturday in South Florida: Donald Trump — and Florida Gov. Rick Scott, during an address a small group of Broward County mayors in Pembroke Pines.

Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine picked on not one but two Republican opponents Saturday in South Florida: Donald Trump — and Florida Gov. Rick Scott, during an address a small group of Broward County mayors in Pembroke Pines. Pedro Portal The Miami Herald
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine picked on not one but two Republican opponents Saturday in South Florida: Donald Trump — and Florida Gov. Rick Scott, during an address a small group of Broward County mayors in Pembroke Pines. Pedro Portal The Miami Herald

Trump called Clinton a ‘bigot’ — so Kaine sharpened his tongue

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