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Juan Williams on Julian Castro in 2020, the democratic debate
Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro, the concentration of immigration to win policy should be: to him be praise for his 2020 primary debate performance, according to Juan Williams.
The former Housing and Urban Development secretary chose the right issues to focus, which claimed during the first of two debates this week, Williams on Thursday on the “The Daily Briefing.”
“I would agree that Julian Castro was the breakout star of the night,” he said, responding to similar comments from Republican strategist Colin Reed.
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“It was, because immigration is an important issue in this moment, since the photo we have all seen, and the debate in the house,” “the Five” co-host, pointing to a photo of migrants, father and daughter, who were drowned.
“It was stage center, and Julian Castro was ready for it.”
However, Williams claimed that some of the Castro’s Position on immigration may or may not play well in a General election setting.
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“Now, the difficulty would be… if Castro says, I want to power is not a crime, but simply a civil violation to cross the border, the play in the General election audience?”, he asked.
“Remember, this was intended for a parliamentary election audience.”
The first primary debate of the 2020 season saw cracks of daylight to emerge in the Democratic field largely to the progressive base was played, with the candidates who meet violent over controversial measures such as “Medicare for all” and calls for the abolition of the offence of illegal border crossings — while taking plenty of shots at President Trump in the process.
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Stake out the left wing of the party to the stage Wednesday night in Miami Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D -, Mass. – the highest-polling candidates in the first debate batch, with round 2 next Thursday — and long-shot Bill de Blasio, the New York City mayor.
Castro was to distinguish among those, the blows landing as he tries to, the field on the issue of immigration, perhaps traction will win through targeted fellow Texan, former Rep. Beto O’rourke, D-Texas.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.