That's it folks! Thanks for following along with us the past two nights. As expected, health care was a hot topic tonight and the candidates got the memo to go after Biden on just about everything. Despite his direct plea to her before the debate started, Sen. Kamala Harris did not "go easy" on him. Stay tuned for post-debate analysis here on Townhall.com.
What is 30330, Joe?
WHAT DO THE NUMBERS MEAN????
Biden escapes mostly unscathed, compared to last time. He still does not strike me as a strong, confident, sharp candidate.Rough night for Harris, punctuated by the Tulsi hit.Booker will probably get a bump.Castro still on track for VP finalist.Thank goodness it’s over.— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) August 1, 2019
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Biden: Eight more years of Donald Trump and America as we know it will fundamentally change. It will no longer exist.
Biden has the final word: "We're in a battle for the soul of America."
If Yang vows to get rid of bad suits and ties in Washington D.C. I'm onboard tbh
Kamala's closing statement: "We have a predator in the White House."
Booker: We have a crisis...and it's not only Donald Trump. The way we beat him, is to focus on our "common bonds."
is yang's only policy proposal his UBI??
Inslee suggests climate change is so dire that civilization is literally "in the hands" of the next president.
CLOSING STATEMENTS thank goodness
Democrats want to destroy the American justice system's bedrock principle of innocent until proven guilty. They've proven it over and over from Kavanaugh to Trump.
We're only four months from the Iowa caucus??
Can we get to closing remarks please?