The second night of CNN’s Democratic debates featured the much-anticipated game between moderate former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden and California Senator Kamala Harris. But, did it live up to the hype? Has an outsider stolen the show? Was the Democratic candidate on this stage? Be the judge.
Each candidate was given a minute to make their opening statements, with many quickly attacking President Donald Trump. The debate began by addressing a major concern for Americans: health care. Here are the plans every presidential hopeful brings to the table.
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The conversation shifted to border security, with questions about decriminalizing border crossing and the treatment of migrants in detention centers. Joe Biden and former HUD secretary Julian Castro questioned whether Biden had learned “lessons from the past.”
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The night warmed up once the race theme approached the stage. Biden and Harris have reignited the battle for the buses. As New Jersey Senator Cory Booker took issue with frontrunner Biden’s opinion on criminal justice. Both moments generate a post-debate buzz.
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In 2016, Trump became victorious by winning the Electoral College vote. So how would these 10 members of the debate stop it in 2020? Entrepreneur Andrew Yang and New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand spoke about how vital the role of women will be.
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The presidential candidates made their closing statements as the second night of CNN’s Democratic primary debate came to a close in Detroit. Some shot Trump at the last minute. Others have used their time to bring a sense of hope and unity to the country. And still others pushed voters to visit their official campaign websites.
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