Trump’s headquarters “invited” the late rapper Tupac Shakur to debate

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The campaign headquarters of US President Donald Trump “invited” the candidates for the vice-presidency Mike Pence and Kamala Harris to the televised debate of the hip-hop artist 2Pac (Tupac Shakur), who was assassinated in 1996. On Wednesday, October 7, the New York Post reported, citing headquarters advisor Jason Miller.

Earlier, Harris, when asked who she thinks is the best living rapper, said it was 2Pac. Then she added that she knew about his death, but I keep saying that.

“I can confirm that we left a ticket for Tupac Shakur, who, as we know, is the favorite living rapper for Senator Harris,” the newspaper quoted Miller as saying.

Earlier it was reported that US Vice President Michael Pence, as guests, invited the parents of the terrorist organization ISIS (banned in the Russian Federation) killed by the militants in Syria, the American Kayla Mueller, to a debate. They have previously accused former US President Barack Obama and Joe Biden, who was then Vice President of the country, that they could not save their daughter’s life.

Republican Michael Pence and Democrat Kamala Harris will meet on Wednesday, October 7, in a televised debate at the Kingsbury Hall at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. They will begin at 21:00 EST (04:00 GMT on Thursday, October 8).

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