2020 Dems are involved in a playful feud before the primary debate

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Businessman Andrew Yang, Sr., and Michael Bennet, D-Colo., a parody of Democratic feuds, tweet meme, and pledging to battle each other, if you and other 2020 hopefuls face off during the second Democratic primary debate.

“I want a character to the press, that I will attack Michael Bennet in the next week, the debate. Sorry @Michael Bennet tweeted but you know what they did,” Yang on Friday.

He and Bennett are just two of many who participated in the second round of debate on July 31. This debate involves front-runner — Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and the former Vice-President, Joe Biden– they made headlines after a confrontation on the first primary debate.

While these two feuded from joking about a serious topic, Yang and Bennet on the varieties and the cladding, such as penguins — probably a jab at the media focus on party’s internal power struggles.

One of Yang’s tweets showed him how a penguin a other penguin knocks, labeled as Bennet, on the head, to drop him into the icy water.

During the exchange between the Democratic longshots was friendly in tone, Biden prepared to be tough with Harris in case you require him again on race or any other problems.


Biden ostensibly to speak in a public Advisory assistance is sought immediately after their first debate in July. On Wednesday, the frontrunner, is not he warned, “would be so polite, this time.” Biden defended himself by pointing to the “substantial background check”, the former President Obama to him.

“I doubt he would be picked up, you have told me, if these accusations about my being wrong on the civil liberties,” Biden.

Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.

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