Washington Bureau Chief of USA TODAY and best-selling author Susan Page spoke to Brian Kilmeade about moderating the Vice Presidential Debate. Page says she was surprised that she was picked to moderate. She spoke to Chris Wallace and said he gave her great advice which made her think more about how to control the debate and make it civil. When asked if she thought Vice President Mike Pence's interruptions were sexist, Page said she thought he would have done the same thing if there was a male moderator and did not think he was being sexist. Page added, Pence interrupting was a political tactic, not a gender statement.
Plus, Page on not realizing there was a fly on the head Vice President Mike Pence until after the debate.