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A look in the year 2020, the democratic front-runner before the first presidential debate.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham took a look at the Democrats’ top-of-the 2020 presidential candidates Tuesday evening and reviewed some of the discussed promises and stumbles you have before this week’s planned debate in Florida.
Ingraham highlighted Biden 2020 frontrunner Joe, the former Vice President and longtime U.S. senator from Delaware, and his recent racial strife, his past comments on China and how it influenced his newly acquired wealth, his image.
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“[Biden] has spoken many times about one of the poorest members of Congress,” said Ingraham “The Ingraham angle.” But he suffered enormously, since he was VP, charging up to $200,000 of speech and racking up lucrative book deals.”
“[Biden] has spoken many times about one of the poorest members of Congress. But he suffered enormously, since he was VP, charging up to $200,000 of speech and racking up lucrative book deals.”
— Laura Ingraham, host, “The Ingraham angle”
The host also promises to be the Sens. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Bernie Sanders of Vermont for your campaign of the school, health and day care.
“Even if this may play also in the offices of the MoveOn.org whose members are appalled dear Warren by 38 percent … the average American, especially when you realize that you are stuck with the giveaway-bills,” said Ingraham.
Ingraham brought in to South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who was just in front of a police shooting controversy that sparked a racial divide in his city.
“If you are a type of medium-sized police Department can’t make it, how is he possibly the entire Executive branch to manage?” Ingraham said.
According to Ingraham, the Americans will soon begin to see the Democratic candidate targets on top of each other to climb as you try, in the polls.
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“In the coming days, the Dems, like it or not, go to your candidate to at least begin to smash each other. Maybe even savage each other in a desperate attempt to break out of the pack,” said Ingraham.
The first Democratic split primary debate, with events from 10 candidates each night, planned for Wednesday and Thursday in Miami.