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Meghan McCain supplemented 2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is the power in the first Democratic debate Wednesday night in Miami, describes the Congressman from Hawaii, as “the most composed and authentic”, on the evening of 10 candidates.
McCain, a co-host of “The View”, which is known for its Republican and conservative views, praised Gabbard on Twitter, but the tweet was initially removed from your account.
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“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 sister, Vrindavan, which is the applicant, the Twitter page tweet in the debate, posted a screenshot of McCain’s. Vrindavan, said McCain, “is displayed, a moment of courage to tweet this out before you delete it. Tulsi has lived a life of courage and not cave to the operating pressure”.
“Didn’t want to delete to,” McCain responded. “We argue about everything, but you’re also in the debate.” Then the original tweet posted on its official page.
During yesterday’s debate, Gabbard service spoke of their time in Iraq as a member of the Hawaii Army National Guard and said the President Trump the “chickenhawk” Cabinet has pulled the United States “to the brink of war with Iran.”
They also called on U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan’s comments on Afghanistan “unacceptable”, according to the Ohio Democrat, said the U.S. military is more “committed” of this war.
“Is that what you tell the parents of the two soldiers that were just killed in Afghanistan?”, she said. “‘Now, we just need to be activated.’ As a soldier, I will tell you, the answer is unacceptable. We have to have our troops home from Afghanistan. We are in a place in Afghanistan where we have lost so many lives. We spent so much money.”
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Other candidates, the participation Wednesday, Bill de Blasio, Julian Castro, Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren, Beto O’rourke, Amy Klobuchar, Jay Inslee and John Delaney were.
Ten other candidates, including frontrunner Joe Biden, — set to debate on Thursday evening. Four candidates were not invited.