nearvideo breaking down the most memorable moments from the first Democratic debate
Candidates send messages in Spanish, Inslee added advertises beat for the right to an abortion cred; Bret Baier has the night’s notable moments.
The key takeaway from the first year of 2020, the democratic debate, according to “Special Report” host Bret Baier?
The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, had a “fairly” good night.”
“He wasn’t mentioned once,” Baier said, “America’s Newsroom” anchor Sandra Müller on Thursday.
On Wednesday, ten Democratic presidential candidates took place on the stage in downtown Miami for the first of twelve debates in the 2020 election cycle. Ten additional competitors will follow Thursday night.
Baier also a candidate Julian Castro said “made quite a name for themselves. For people who don’t already after the race, he obviously had a town hall here on Fox News, but he came out of the shadows, and was the most searched on the web, as far as a candidate on the debate stage.”
Castro has broke fought for months in the crowded field.
In addition, Baier, Smith said, “The centralist approach of the (former Democrat member John Delaney, the installation was on the health care him applause in the hall. I think it would be interesting to observe, Delaney, if Biden has kind of a stumble, there is a flight to safety so far as the Democrats are on the search for a center option. He is a center option.”