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Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice-president nominee Kamala Harris went head-to-head on stage last night and, as always, Twitter had a lot to say. While much of the discussion online concerns the opposing parties and their policies, a lot of it is stuck on an unexpected guest: A fly, which chilled on Pence's head for a few minutes during the debate.  In fact, it's getting so much attention, it now has its own Twitter account.

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Presidential candidate Joe Biden was among the many taking to social media to joke about its presence, along with many others who point out that its arrival didn't do too much in the way of presenting a picture of health.

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And though we don't want to take away from the discourse surrounding the debate with fly memes, they are giving a little bit of space while we digest the bigger takeaways — like Pence trying to shift the discussion away from the death of 210,000 Americans by talking about swine flu, for example. Or that he dodged questions on abortion and a peaceful handover of power, and instead of talking about climate change, introduced the topic of fracking instead.

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