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Senator Tim Kaine (D-Va.) and Gov. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) sparred over immigration reform at the vice presidential debate.

Kaine said there was a sharp contrast between Hillary Clinton's plan for "comprehensive immigration reform" , while Donald Trump has a vision of a "deportation nation".

Pence called Kaine's comment that Trump flatly wants to deport 16 million people "nonsense". 

He said that, instead, Trump wants to strengthen Immigration and Customs Enforcement, noting that the border patrol's union endorsed the New York businessman.

"What you just heard is that [Clinton-Kaine] has a plan for open borders and amnesty," calling it an average "Capitol Hill routine" to call for "comprehensive immigration reform".

"A nation without borders is not a nation," Pence said, "Donald Trump is committed to restoring borders of this nation."

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