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Expect more policy proposals seek to 2020 hopefuls for ways to distinguish themselves from their rivals, says Fox News contributor Donna Brazile, former DNC interim chair.
The cream of the Democratic 2020 harvest will begin to rise to the top this week, former DNC chair Donna Brazile predicts.
On “America’s Newsroom” Brazile said host Sandra Smith, the party, the opening of the debates on Wednesday and Thursday, we will see that some candidates “out of the box”, while others “prove that the maybe not your time.”
The ex-DNC Chairman added that the candidates make a desperate search for a way to draw attention to.
“As you all know, the preparation for the debate, the candidates need to figure out a way to basically stand out. And, to draw a contrast with each other,” Brazile.
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Climate change is expected to be a point of difference between the Democratic hopefuls, with most in the top group published an environmental or “green” plan for the solution of the problem.
However, the question of the college’s debt is expected to be a hot topic, because many of the competitors have pushed plans to get rid of, or reduce the numbers.
In may 2020, the hope is presented to full-Julián Castro, to plan a comprehensive education, which calls for the abolition of the study begins fees at public universities, as well as delay student loan payments up to a degree to pay off for the borrower.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has proposed to increase the taxes, with more than $50 million dollars in assets, pay off student loans and free tuition, create government-funded child care centers and in the fight against the opioid crisis, among others.
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On Monday morning in front of the Capitol steps, sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., his began college affordability plan, announces legislation to reach, free tuition for public colleges, and to forgive all student loan debt.
That’s $1.6 trillion dollars over 45 million Americans.
The democratic socialist candidate said that the necessary money could be raised for the financing of such a program through a tax on Wall Street.
“Our proposal, the cost two-point-two trillion over 10 years will be fully paid for by a tax on Wall Street speculation, similar to what exists in dozens of countries around the world,” said Sanders. “The American people saved Wall Street. Now it is time for Wall Street to help the middle class in this country.”
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Rep Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, D-NY, were among those who spoke on behalf of the legislation.
A passionate Ocasio-Cortez told reporters: “What we say 17-year-olds all the time is that they are not old enough or responsible enough to drink. You are not old enough or responsible enough to vote. You are not old enough or responsible enough to serve in the military. But you are old enough and responsible enough to be on a quarter of a million dollars worth of debt and this is wrong.”
“It was literally said to become easier for me, the youngest woman in American history in the Congress voted, as it is to pay off my student-loan debt,” the New Yorker “.
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On “America’s Newsroom” Brazile said Americans “want to hear solutions” to the Problem.“45 million Americans have enormous college debt. The question is, will Bernie ‘ s proposal calls for 0.5 percent on stock transactions of 0.1 percent on bond transactions? To pay for Bernie Sanders, it is intended by the taxation of these transactions…Elizabeth Warren’s proposal is a little different in terms of…it calls for $750 billion euros,” Brazile pointed out.
“There is no question that someone has to pay for it, but 45 million Americans now suffer. They want to hear solutions.”