Mike Pence was "earnest" in Tuesday's debate with Tim Kaine, who was "supercilious," political strategist Dick Morris told Newsmax TV on Tuesday.
"Pence won handily," Morris told host J.D. Hayworth on the "Newsmax TV Vice Presidential Debate Special." "He won in a way that really reflected credit on Trump and discredit on Hillary Clinton.
"Kaine seemed supercilious, and Pence seemed earnest.
"In the course of that supercilious, one-upmanship, gotcha-kind-of-pettiness, Kaine revealed the weakness of the Hillary campaign.
"Its brittleness, its tininess," Morris observed. "Its focus on just name-calling and nothing else.
"Pence gave measured, good responses.
"Looking at those two guys, I would vote for the guy who appointed Pence, not for the woman who appointed Kaine."
Morris is the co-author of The New York Times best-selling book, "Armageddon: How Trump Can Beat Hillary."
Morris' best-selling book, which has spent months on the New York Times and Amazon bestseller lists, is written with Eileen McGann and published by Humanix.
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