Hey, Everyone! My name is Tyler Oakley and
welcome to The Tyler Oakley Show. Today we have a very special guest. Democratic candidate for vice president,
Senator Tim Kaine, everybody.>>Hey, Tyler.>>How are you?>>I’m great. I’m great.
So excited to be here.>>I think you might be my first
Senator [LAUGH] that I’ve interviewed.>>Hey [LAUGH].>>Everyone that I’ve met who knows you or has met you, says that you are the nicest
and I can confirm so far, pretty nice.>>Mm-hm.
>>But you also have a little nickname on the Internet, America’s Step Dad?>>Yeah.
>>What’s your response to that?>>Well, I didn’t even know dad jokes were a thing-
>>[LAUGH] Great.>>And then I found-
>>That is the most dad thing of all.>>Look, in politics,
it can be pretty tough. So if that’s the worse
they can say about you->>And that’s not so bad.>>That’s affectionate.>>Right.
>>So I like it.>>There are some people that are at home,
they know that they’re not here for Trump.>>Yep.
>>But they’re still kind of unsure about Hillary.>>Yeah.
>>And I know some of them
were Bernie supporters. If you could talk to them right now,
what would you say to them?>>Do you believe in climate science or
don’t you? Do you believe in LGBT equality or
don’t you? Do you believe in immigration reform? Do you believe that we ought to
make voting easier, not harder? Do you think women should be able to make
their own healthcare choices or not? Hillary and I do, Donald Trump doesn’t. Those are five issues where
people have their opinions.>>Bam! Bam!
>>Hillary and I are with you.>>Well, I think one way that we
could kind of get on board with maybe the millennial generation
is to speak their language. [MUSIC] Do you know what on fleek means?>>On fleek?>>On fleek.>>I have no idea what on fleek means.>>I actually don’t know if I know
[LAUGH], I think it’s like on point.>>Okay.
>>All right.>>This campaign is on fleek.>>You can say on fleek, okay. All right.
>>Do you know what a bae is?>>B-a-e, bae.>>I think it stand for
before anyone else. But you would call your girlfriend or
your boyfriend or your partner your bae.>>Yeah, your first among firsts.>>Who’s your bae?>>Yeah, my wife Anne of 32 years.>>Beautiful.>>Yep.
>>Must be nice. Do you know what this word is?>>Yas.
>>[LAUGH] Yeah, but do you know what it means?>>No.>>Yes, you do.
>>[LAUGH]>>It just means yes.>>Yeah, it means. Right.
>>But if you’re like yas.>>Super. Okay. Now did I get the pronunciation,
I mean yas.>>That was actually perfect in every way. Do you know what squad goals are?>>Squad would be like who’s your crew.>>Yeah.>>Relationship goals is if you
see somebody’s relationship and it’s kind of cool, you say, relationship goals,
I wanna be like that. So I wanna be like somebody’s squad or,
wish I had a squad like that.>>Yes, I would say yas to that,
so this would be squad goals.>>Yeah, now that is-
>>This is squad goals.>>And Dave Matthews was there with us
that was pretty cool.>>That is squad goals right there.>>Yeah, that’s on fleek.>>[SOUND] Do you know what a TBT is? That was good, yeah!>>[LAUGH]
I have seen you posting them on Instagram.>>I know, yeah.>>This a good Throwback Thursday.>>That was me at 21.>>Look at you, just living the life. Do you know what bye, Felicia means? You could say this to Trump and
then just kinda of yeah.>>Is that right?
So it’s kind of like it’s over.>>Right, yeah, yeah, yeah.>>Bye Felicia.>>That’s perfect [LAUGH]. Well, we are less than two
months away from the election. I want to encourage everyone that’s
watching, please get involved.>>If you wanna vote and you’re not
sure about voting, go to iwillvote.com. You don’t have to be a registered voter to
make a phone call and persuade somebody.>>Speaking of which. It’s my mom.>>Where does she live?>>Michigan. Hey mom, what’s up? I was just hanging out with a very special
someone who wanted to give you a call and remind you to do something.>>So, you’re not my mom. So I’m just gonna call you Mrs.
Queen Jackie. And I’m gonna say, this is Tim Kaine,
I’m Hillary Clinton’s running mate for vice president. Michigan’s like a really
critical battle ground state. Please turn out and vote on November
8th or better yet vote early. I would really, really love your
support for Hillary Clinton and me. We’re gonna do wonderful things
to make us stronger together. Thanks.>>Okay, mom, call me, love you, later.>>[LAUGH]
>>Cute! My God, she would talk your ear off. So it’s better that we
left a voicemail actually. [SOUND]
>>Holy crap, Ty, yes, I’m going to vote. You can tell him not to
worry about Michigan. We’ve got this. I’ll talk to you later, bye.>>Thank you so much for joining me.>>Yeah, Tyler, and
thanks for doing what you do.>>So much fun. If you guys wanna vote, all the information will be
in the description below. You can learn how to do that in
your state, anywhere, early, absentee-
>>Yes.>>All the information will be there.>>All right, thanks a lot.>>Bye friends.
[MUSIC] [MUSIC] Bye, Felicia.