Democrat vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine deviated from the main narrative being pushed by his running mate, Hillary Clinton, when he said Friday that he didn’t think FBI Director James Comey was intentionally trying to effect the election.
“I don’t think he is trying to influence the outcome of the election, I don’t question his integrity,” he told Fox News Radio’s “The Alan Colmes Show” on Thursday.
He did go on to say that he has “serious questions about the judgment demonstrated by this, you know, this highly unusual letter that was so cryptic. ” And said that it Comey had to make a “do-over letter” the next week that he found strange.
Kaine, however, did stick like glue to the standard line that Russia is trying to influence the election and told voters who are not excited to support his ticket that they “need to do it to send a message to Russia.”
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