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People Can’t Stop Talking About Elaine Quijano At Tonight’s Vice Presidential Debate

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent
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People can’t stop talking about the news anchor who moderated the vice presidential debate Tuesday night.

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At 42, Elaine Quijano is the youngest person ever chosen to moderate one of the debates.

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The CBSN anchor and CBS News correspondent is a second-generation Filipino-American and she is also the first Asian-American journalist to ever moderate a national debate. She formerly worked as a White House correspondent for CNN.

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Quijano, an avid tweeter, has stayed off Twitter in the month leading up to the debate, just like Lester Holt did before moderating the first presidential debate.

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Unlike all of the other moderators, she has never moderated a debate before.