Healthcare reform, coronavirus, and who could beat President Donald Trump in a general election matchup were all obvious topics that viewers should have expected to be discussed in the debate between Democratic Party candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders on Sunday night.
The former mayor said that while Sanders still hasn't told taxpayers how much his plans will cost, the political cost of the Sanders agenda is clear.
Gabbard seemed to suggest that it's not just Trump who deserves blame for the humanitarian catastrophe playing out in Syria.
In the first poll done after the Democratic debate, Joe Biden remains in first, Bernie Sanders is second, and Harris has moved into a tie for third with Warren.
Kamala Harris had a dream debate where she broke through the crowd and the clutter and elevated herself in the Democratic primary field.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had great debates, as here are the entire list of winners and losers from the second night of the Democratic debate.
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.