Top Trump aide calls Kaine ‘sexist’ for interrupting moderator
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Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpDemocratic senator rips Trump's 'let them fight' remarks: 'Enough is enough' Warren warns Facebook may help reelect Trump 'and profit off of it' Trump touts Turkey cease-fire: 'Sometimes you have to let them fight' MORE campaign manager Kellyanne Conway accused Sen. Tim KaineTimothy (Tim) Michael KaineLawmakers set to host fundraisers focused on Nats' World Series trip The Hill's 12:30 Report: Washington mourns loss of Elijah Cummings GOP cautions Graham against hauling Biden before Senate MORE (D-Va.) of sexism for repeatedly interrupting during the vice presidential debate and “ignoring” moderator Elaine Quijano’s questions.

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The Democratic vice presidential nominee repeatedly interjected when Indiana Gov. Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceTrump touts Turkey cease-fire: 'Sometimes you have to let them fight' Democrats want Mulvaney to testify in Trump impeachment probe Bullock says Trump should be removed from office MORE (R) was speaking, and at times kept talking when Quijano asked Kaine to stop from interrupting.

“How many times has @TimKaine ignored and interrupted the female moderator tonight? #sexist,” Conway tweeted Tuesday night.

“Is it sexist when Kaine interrupts Pence constantly or just what debaters do to win debates?” a New York Times reporter then asked Conway in a tweet.

Conway replied to political reporter Nick Confessore by calling Kaine’s debate strategy “unsuccessful” and referencing former President Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonWhat did the Founders most fear about impeachment? The Hill's Morning Report - Tempers boil over at the White House Chelsea Clinton says she's not considering a bid for New York House seat MORE’s remarks Monday criticizing ObamaCare.

“Actually, it's just unsuccessful. Hillary must be none too pleased her husband and her running mate are stepping all over her message,” Conway tweeted.

During the debate, Quijano admonished both vice presidential nominees for repeatedly interrupting each other.

“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.