Democratic debate

Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) said Friday that she may skip Tuesday’s primary debate because the Democratic National Committee has rigged the system to influence the primary result, according to The Hill. Gabbard told Saagar Enjeti and Krystal Ball of Hill.TV’s “Rising” that the DNC criteria for who makes the debate stage is
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Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is showing that not all of her views are in lock-step with the leftist agendas of many in her party. The U.S. representative from Hawaii recently broke ranks with other Democrats when she revealed her belief that abortion shouldn’t happen during the third trimester, with exceptions — and also criticized
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Sen. Cory Booker said during Wednesday night’s Democratic primary debate that Hillary Clinton lost Michigan in 2016 because of Russian interference and Republican voter suppression—a claim The Washington Post called out as totally untrue. “We lost the state of Michigan because everybody from Republicans to Russians were targeting the suppression of African American voters,” Booker
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Some thoughts on the second round of Democratic presidential debates (thoughts that clearly have me cutting against some of the conservative grain): ● Joe Biden was dreadful in a second consecutive debate, but is still somehow believed to be the fait accompli frontrunner to many right-leaning pundits in a party dominated by pagan lunacy. I
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One Democratic presidential candidate stood out according to Google analytics in terms of who was searched the most, and she has already claimed the esteemed title once before. Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii dominated Google searches yet again for the second debate of the second pair of Democratic match-ups on Wednesday in Detroit, Michigan.
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Despite Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) topping the Google searches before Tuesday’s Democratic debates, longshot candidate Marianne Williamson dominated the metric after the debates. Tuesday’s debates featured half of the Democratic candidates including Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Sanders, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.). But it was the esoteric yet entertaining author and activist who toppled Sanders
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One of the first polls to be released after the Democratic debates has very bad news for the presidential campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden, the current frontrunner. The Morning Consult/FiveThirtyEight poll found that support for Biden had fallen by a precipitous 10 percentage points among likely Democratic voters. 41.5 percent of likely Democratic
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CNN’s liberal contributor Van Jones said that the second Democratic debates were a bad night for Democrats, and especially for the frontrunner, former Vice President Joe Biden. “We’re now sitting here with the Democratic frontrunner having a spokesperson trying to defend his comments on busing in 2019,” Jones said in a dispirited tone. “This is
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