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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a relatively unknown entangled on the floor of the crowded Democratic 2020 presidential field, was the most searched candidates on Google by the time Wednesday’s debate ended, so that the Hawaii legislator and military veteran, one of the night biggest winners.
Google Trends data show that prior to the debate, Gabbard was the most sought just in their home state, while Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., dominated the Land of Internet browsers.
That changed when the discussion was over, with Gabbard, the most candidates in Google searches in most of the States, with Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., a distant second.
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Gabbard, an Army National Guard veteran who served in Iraq, grabbed the attention of the audience every time she spoke about foreign policy and the military.
During the debate, she called for the return of the U.S. military presence abroad and accused of, “this President and his chicken hawk Cabinet have led us to the brink of war with Iran.”
Gabbard military experience has its justification in a harsh exchange with Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan, who said the United States must maintain forces in Afghanistan, to ensure to keep the Taliban in check.
“If we are not there, they flew planes in our buildings,” explains Ryan.
“The Taliban don’t attack us on 9/11, Al-Qaeda attacked us on 9/11,” Gabbard replied.
The data show that at the moment generated the most searches for Gabbard was to make their closing argument.
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The Hawaii Congresswoman’s appearance in the debate, praised even some unlikely media figures, including Meghan McCain, a co-host of “The view,” who said she was the “and “authentic.”
“Tulsi and I literally couldn’t disagree more (and they come fundraised from my name for the call with her on their relationship with Assad), BUT so far you are the most composed and authentic,” McCain wrote.
Gabbard’s success came despite receiving the third-lowest amount of speaking time, with only 6.6 minutes, according to the Washington Post. Warren is the third-highest amount got talk time of 9.3 minutes, suspended from Booker with 10.9 minutes, and former Rep. Beto O’rourke with 10.3 minutes.
Gabbard’s sister, Vrindavan Gabbard, tweeted in the middle of the debate about the discrepancy, slamming MSNBC for favoring Warren.
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“It is clear, who MSNBC wants to be President: Elizabeth Warren. You give her more time than all the other candidates. You are no information, from time to Tulsi at all,” the sister tweeted from the official Gabbard ‘ s account.