Joe Biden Swats At Pence's Debate Guest: 'Truth Over Flies'
The fly, which temporarily resided on the head of Vice President Mike Pence, may add Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden to its growing fan base.
During Wednesday's vice-presidential debate between Pence and his Democratic opponent, California Senator Kamala Harris, an insect landed on Pence's head and stayed there for more than two minutes while millions of people watched. It exploded on Twitter, where many said the winged intruder stole the show.
Biden quickly tweeted a picture of himself wearing a fly swatter and asked voters to donate to "help this campaign fly".
And his campaign's online shop was immediately filled with goods for his supporters who wanted "Truth Over Flies".
And Biden made a small change when he shared the link to the I Will Vote website:
In case you missed it, here is the fly for the duration of your visit.
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