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The internet loses it after Pence accuses Kaine of ‘whipping out that Mexican thing again’

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In a vice presidential debate that was long on interruptions and short on point scoring, it took until the last minute before a candidate said something that may define — or be remembered — from either Hillary Clinton running mate Tim Kaine or Donald Trump defender Mike Pence.

Kaine took shot after shot at GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump trying to get a rise out of Pence and may have scored after repeatedly reminding the Indiana governor that Trump called Mexicans “rapists.”

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With Kaine bringing it up once again during the waning moments, an irritated Pence shot back, “You whipped out that Mexican thing again,” reminding many of a famous line from Blazing Saddles.

Always quick to spot a line, Twitter was on it:

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