Key Takeaways from the 2nd night of the Democratic Presidential Debates

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She is one of only two black presidential candidates for 2020.

Speaking on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday, Booker continued his attacks on former Vice President Joe Biden for his allegedly insensitive remarks on race relations, which now include praising two white segregationists as examples in political civility and arguing that kids wearing hoodies should not be profiled.

Vice President Biden is not stranger to MI and the city of Detroit.

Somewhere in the debate though, Sanders cried "discrimination" following repeated comments about him and Biden related to age.

If Democrats recapture the White House in 2020, the candidates promised to provide healthcare coverage for those who cross the southern United States border illegally.

Sen. Kamala Harris is pushing back against the rising "birtherism" commentary surrounding her race and citizenship, following her stellar performance on Thursday's Democratic presidential debate.

Harris returned to this lie about Biden later in the interview, saying, "Let's be really clear and remember what these guys were about and the impact of their words and their work". That's the best argument he could marshal against busing little kids miles across town?

Senator Elizabeth Warren came in third at 15 percent, with a jump of 8 points. She turned in a solid performance that served as an introduction to a national audience who may have been hearing from many candidates for the first time.

Concluded Brown, "Trump must have enjoyed every moment and every answer, because he now knows he's looking at a bunch of potential rivals who are still not ready for prime time". Polls show the proposal is not supported by a majority of Americans.

Senator Harris challenged the former vice president over his willingness to work with Southern US senators who supported segregation, and his past opposition to the late 20th century practice of busing children in order to integrate American public schools. His biggest lead most recently was 13 points, 53-40, in a poll from Quinnipiac University in early June. Kamala Harris of California and Elizabeth Warren of MA.

After four hours of debate last week involving 20 candidates for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, there are mixed reviews about how aspirants performed, but there is one clear victor: undocumented immigrants.

The exchange underscores that the Democratic Party has moved left since Biden's tenure as vice-president ended in 2017.

If there is a consolation for Booker, it could be that 17 percent of Democrats and those who lean toward the party wanted to hear more about him, fourth highest among the candidates and behind only Harris (30 percent), Warren (24 percent) and Buttigieg (23 percent).

After that, the fortunes for the other candidates drop precipitously: Beto O'Rourke is at three, Booker at 2.3, and Andrew Yang at 1.3.

Weld's numbers aren't just low; they're embarrassingly low.



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