Rick Santorum interrupts Gloria Borger to claim Mike Pence never interrupted Kamala Harris

Senator Kamala Harris became sympathetic to women everywhere when she became frustrated with Vice President Mike Pence cutting her off repeatedly during her debate. "Mr. Vice-President, I speak," she reminded him sternly more than once, pointing out that women are often discussed by men in settings as diverse as the office during the Vice-Presidential debate.
While analyzing the CNN debate, Gloria Borger pondered the senator's tactics. "[Harris] kept saying [Mr. Vice President, I'm speaking] to him as if to say, 'I'm not done,' and then he would kind of plow ahead," said Borger. "And I think women who watch this ... will say, 'Wait a minute, he's -'"
But before Borger could complete her thought, Rick Santorum stepped in. "Don't make the claim that he interrupted you repeatedly because he didn't interrupt you repeatedly," he interrupted.
Borger didn't miss the irony. Santorum, she said. "I speak."


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