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Twitter Reacts To Tim Kaine’s DNC Speech With Hilarious Dad Jokes

’Tim Kaine has camping gear you've never even heard of.’

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In a political year marked by tremendous vitriol on both sides of the aisle, Tim Kaine, the Democratic party’s vice presidential nominee, is a breath of fresh air. Kaine’s a genial guy that once wanted to become a Catholic priest and volunteered as a missionary in Honduras. The former Virginia governor has a down-to-Earth Midwestern charm and looks and sounds every bit like the father of three children. So when he made his national debut as Hillary Clinton’s running mate at the Democratic National Convention last night, Twitter couldn’t help but make some hilarious dad jokes inspired by the candidate.


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