Night one of the first Democratic debate was supposed to be weakest of the two, but Democrats have been showing off their deep bench of good candidates.
Chuck Todd managed to get Trump talking points into the Democratic debate by asking about the imaginary policy of gun confiscation.
Elizabeth Warren shined while many candidates didn’t stand out. Here are the winners and losers from night one of the Democratic debate.
Winners and Losers From The Democratic Debate
Democratic Debate Winners
1).Elizabeth Warren – Warren came out strong during the debate, and the big question was could she translate her policy plans to 60-second answers. Sen. Warren showed with the first question of the debate that it wouldn’t be a problem. Warren was strong, and it is clear why she has become the favorite of the left in this race. Sen. Warren had a great night and cemented herself as a top tier candidate.
Watch the first night of the NBC News Democratic debate live from Miami, Florida.
Nicolle Wallace said that the 2020 election isn't about policies. It is about saving the country from Trumpism.
Social media site Reddit restricted access to a major forum for supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump, citing threats of violence against police and public officials.
Trump's lawyer Jay Sekulow said that the president will not block Robert Mueller from testifying before two House committees.
Trump's propaganda party on the 4th of July is about to get an unwelcome guest as the Baby Trump balloon has granted a permit to fly over the president's party.
Trump took no responsibility for the image of a father and daughter who drowned at the border and instead blamed Democrats for his own immigration policies.
Trump suggested to the Faith and Freedom Coalition that Sen. John McCain is in hell for not voting to overturn Obamacare.
House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) sounded ready and prepared as he expects Attorney General Barr to interfere with Mueller's testimony.
Congressional Democrats got a big win as a judge ruled that their lawsuit to get Trump's business records can move forward.
A poll found that if Trump implements any part of his healthcare agenda large majorities of voters in Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin won't vote for him.
Donald Trump refused to answer when he was asked if he thinks that he belongs on Mount Rushmore, which means that he definitely thinks he belongs on Rushmore.
The acting commissioner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency, John Sanders, is resigning and will leave his post on July 5, the agency said on Tuesday.
E. Jean Carroll responded to Trump's attempted smear of her appearance by laughing at him and saying she glad not to be his type.
Trump tried to create division between Biden and Obama by questioning why Obama hasn't already endorsed his vice president.
The Sunday news shows asked 11 different guests about Joe Biden touching women on the shoulder, but ignored a credible rape allegation against Trump.
Trump promised a manufacturing revival in Wisconson, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, but after losing manufacturing jobs, voters in those states look ready for change.
Key states Arizona and North Carolina have seen rising unemployment, and now Trump has a negative approval rating.