Such depth and substance is why the Democrat debates are worth watching. Who wants to listen to the actual merits (or lack thereof) of the candidates when they can argue over who said what?
“Billionaires in wine caves should not pick the next president of the United States,” Elizabeth Warren lectured Pete Buttigeig.
Warren argued there is no place for a pro-life Democrat, cementing that the only choice the pro-choice movement supports is to fall in line with their agenda.
Sen. Cory Booker pushed back on Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax proposal on the Democratic debate stage Wednesday night, but presented his own ideas for increasing taxes.
While Warren pledged that middle-class taxes would not increase to pay for ‘Medicare for All,’ it’s a certainty her pledge will turn out to be as reliable as President Obama’s ‘you can keep your doctor.’
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) told Fox News Neil Cavuto anchor he wouldn’t support a Bernie Sanders presidency, even if Sanders were the nominee against Trump.
Recent polls have been inconclusive as to whether Biden or Warren is winning the primary, but tonight’s debate cleared up any confusion.
Democrats usually prefer to fall in love with their candidates. Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s slow but steady climb in the polls suggest it has not been love at first sight for many.
Is the Democratic field as strong as it appears? Or is it as weak as the Republican field of 2016 when an outsider thundered onstage and wiped all Republicans away?
Elizabeth Warren spent the weekend attracting the Democratic Party’s establishment after alleging the 2016 primary was rigged for Hillary Clinton.
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