Moderator admonishes Kaine, Pence for interruptions
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The two vice presidential nominees landed in hot water early on in their debate Tuesday night for interrupting each other.
About 20 minutes into the discussion, debate moderator Elaine Quijano had to admonish both Democrat Tim KaineTimothy (Tim) Michael KaineOvernight Defense: Details on Senate's 0B defense bill | Bill rejects Trump plan to skirt budget caps | Backfills money for border wall | Defense chief says more troops could head to Mideast Dem senator plans amendment to restrict military action against Iran Overnight Defense: Iran worries dominate foreign policy talk | Pentagon reportedly to send WH plans for 10K troops in Mideast | Democrats warn Trump may push through Saudi arms sale | Lawmakers blast new Pentagon policy on sharing info MORE and Republican Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceDozens of graduates walk out in protest of Pence address Trudeau on tariff deal: Canadian and US businesses can get back to 'working constructively together' Congress has a duty to go through with the impeachment and public trial of President Trump MORE, asking them to stop the cross-talk. 
“Gentlemen, the people at home can not understand either one of you when you speak over each other,” said Quijano, a digital reporter with CBS News. 
“I would please ask you to wait until it is that the other is finished,” she added.
Quijano's admonishment did not stop the two VP contenders from continuing to go at each other.