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Democratic presidential candidates share out far-left positions; reaction of the Democratic party, chair Tom Perez on ” Fox News Sunday.’
MIAMI — Democratic National Committee Chairman, Tom Perez, in an interview on Thursday with Fox News,” exclaimed President Trump “chronically ineffective” and said: “many candidates” in the crowded Democratic primary field would be able to beat him in the 2020 presidential election.
The leader of the party was implicitly pushing back Republicans’ claims that the democratic field has shifted so far to the left that any candidate is to win the battle is a winning coalition of voters.
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“I think there are many candidates who are going to be able to do just that, and the voters will decide which,” maintained Perez, speaks at the Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center in Miami Thursday night, the debate. “Our job is to make sure that everyone gets a fair Chance, and what we do.”
Perez blasted trump, he claims, he has made “things worse.”
“There are so many ways, our democracy is in danger,” he told Fox News. “We have a President of the chronic invalid.”
There are currently 25 Democrats, their presidential bids have been launched. This week, 20, the candidate traveled to Miami to participate in the first round of primary debates for the 2020 cycle. Wednesday night, 10 candidates came onto the stage and focused on a range of progressive issues such as “Medicare for all”,” the decriminalization of illegal crossing of the border, and a 70-percent tax on the nation in the highest income stratum.
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When asked if on Thursday, the debate with high profile candidates such as former Vice-President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., could be different, he said that the issues are largely the same.
“Health is the number one issue in this country. It is the number one issue on voters minds, it is what has us said the election of 2018,” Perez. “The voters have seen who had their Democrats back on the issues that matter most, and that the. That is why we are still talking about health care, because [Republicans] have a plan, other than the repeal of the Affordable Care Act and put millions of Americans in the balance.”
Perez told Fox News that the party will also be a focus on climate change, the economy, the student loan crisis and the health of the women during the 2020 cycle.
Perez touted the large audience of Wednesday, in the debate, you are trying to highlight the momentum for the party, as almost 24 million voters voted in the event. He expects the same Thursday evening the debate.
“I said to the people, I hope you said speed date,” Perez Fox News. “I predict you will fall in love with many people. And I hope you will fall in accordance with our candidates, and I think that is what is going to happen.”