When it comes to this year's presidential election, most American's are on par with CNN's Jake Tapper, "That was a hot mess, inside a dumpster fire, inside a train wreck."
With Trump sick and the last debate leaving many with unanswered questions, the vice presidential election is increasingly more important.
On Wednesday October 7th, Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris will be debating in person in Utah at 7pm EST. The debate will be taking extra precautions with the debaters performing from 13ft away instead of the previous 7ft and behind plexiglass.
A lot of the pressure from the Trump Administration will be on Mike Pence to step in and clarify the things that Trump has not. Pence is perceived to be the more graceful and calm of the two, so there is little expectation of the verbal brawl streamed last week.
As for Kamala, she will most likely face the double standards of being a woman and defend her decisions as California's attorney general. We're doubtful to see any direct personal insults at Trump due to the fact that he's sick and it would look tasteless. Biden himself has taken down many of his campaign advertisements badmouthing Trump in order to be sensitive to the situation.
With the mounting pressure on the president candidates to deliver, we're hoping their second-in-command's will deliver a more - civil show. You watching #gayes?