2020 Dems down economic profits to play, the trump in Miami debate

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Half of the qualification for the first year of 2020 Democrat primary debate, including Elizabeth Warren, Beto O’rourke and Cory Booker, have an opportunity to attack the party leader without pushback; Peter Doocy has a preview of Miami, Florida.

Democratic presidential young hopefuls took the pain of the economic gains trivialize under the trump administration in the first debate for the year 2020 in the presidential cycle—radiation, large corporations, and calls for more taxes for the rich.

The answer came minutes after the debate started, as 10 candidates competed in the first debate of the 2020 presidential election cycle, at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida.

“Who is this economy really work? It is great for thinner and thinner slices at the top,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts said, right out of the gate.

“If you have an economy that is not ideal for those with money…it is corruption pure and simple. We need to call and we need to attack it head-on. We need structural changes in our government, our economy and our country.”

Minutes later, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., the first was the mention on the debate stage, President of the Trump name.

“The economy—we know that not everyone is sharing in this prosperity. And Trump just sits in the White house, and gloats about what’s going on, when there are so many people have difficulties to pay the payment for the college and the difficulties in paying for your prescriptions, the” Klobuchar said, to facilitate their plans to visit out of student loans and the college.

“Billionaires can pay for their yachts, then, students should be able to pay you said their student loans,” Klobuchar.

The former Texas Rep. Beto O ‘ weighed Rourke then, the rays of the economy, saying it “means for all”—both in English and Spanish.

And New York City mayor Bill de Blasio also took a swipe at the President, saying: “It is a lot of money in this country, it is only in the wrong hands.”

But while the Democrats challenged the sense of the economic gains in recent years, the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee’s rapid response team sent E-Mails and tweets “fact-checking” and the defense of the president’s economic record and the creation of “6 million jobs” since the day of the election in 2016.

Warren is the highest-polling was a candidate among those who gather on the stage Wednesday, but the others were looking for their breakout moment, momentum lost, especially to competitors such as O’rourke of Texas. Top-polling candidates, including former Vice-President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, are set to make Thursday night on the same stage.

The format and the sheer number of applicants, though, means that candidates have limited opportunities to make during two hours of discussion, your case.

The rules of the Democratic National Committee, gave candidates 60 seconds to answer the questions of NBC, MSNBC and Telemundo presenters, and 30 seconds to respond to your follow-up questions. The candidates could not give the opening talk, but give offered the chance of concluding remarks later in the night.

Also on stage Wednesday: Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey, in the former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, and Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii and Tim Ryan of Ohio and former Rep. John Delaney from Maryland.

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