in the vicinityVideoTop Biden helpers respond to the first Democratic presidential debate, in the preview, night two
Kate Bedingfield, Biden, Deputy campaign manager, and Symone Sanders, a senior Biden, campaign consultant, join Ed Henry in Miami.
MIAMI – Democrats launched Thursday night in the debate of ribs in a President Trump as the “wrong” targets, the tax cuts that he signed into law, while the long-shot candidates have swipes at frontrunner Joe Biden.
Early in the debate, Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders, the presenter dismissed the allegation that the nomination of a democratic, socialist, could the re-election of trump, the show surveys him before the President in head-to-head matchups.
“The American people understand that Trump is a fraud,” said Sanders. “Trump is a pathological liar and a racist and that he lied to the American people during his campaign. He said he wanted to stand up for working families.”
California, Sr., Kamala Harris has been pressed, as well as the Democrats paid for the massive programs you suggest, but tries to turn the tables on Trump.
“I hear the question, but where was this question when the Republicans and Donald Trump adopted a tax invoice the benefits of the top one per cent and the largest cover company’s contribution to the debts of America, and the middle-class families to pay for one way or another,” said Harris.
A candidate, the former Colorado Governor, John Hickenlooper, has a Problem with his rivals don’t embrace socialism, saying it is a good policy.
“I think the bottom line is if we don’t clearly define, we are the socialists, the Republicans.go on us to come, so we can socialists and call us,” Hickenlooper said
California Rep. Eric Swalwell was the first to be recalled to go on the Offensive against Biden, the former Vice President, in a speech Biden gave years ago, said that it is time for the torch to a new generation.
“Joe Biden was right when he said that 32 years ago. He is still right today. If we are going to fix the Problem, pass the torch”, Swalwell said.
A candidate, although not called Democrats personally.
“America does not want to see, like a food-fight,” Harris said. “You want to know how you are going to eat on your table.”
All ten of the Democrats, their hands raised when asked if your government would plan to cover illegal immigrants. Elsewhere, most of the candidates, their hands raised when asked if they support the decriminalization that crossing the border without permission – is a vibrant theme in the debate the night before. Candidates also said they believe that someone whose only crime is to come to the United States illegally should be reported.
“Let us remember that it is not just a theoretical exercise, the criminalization is the basis for the separation of the family,” said Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Biden said he didn’t want to see immigrants deported whose only crime is to come to America without documents.
“This person should not be the focus of deportation,” Biden said. “We should change how we deal with things.”
It was the second of two ABC-sponsored debate this week, the first Wednesday night. The network split up 20 of the Democratic candidates over the two nights.
Wednesday evening’s debate, as the party to the left has moved to the topics of immigration, taxes and abortion. The candidates debated on Wednesday, the mayor of New York Bill de Blasio, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, former HUD Secretary Julian Castro, former Maryland Rep. John Delaney, Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, former Texas Sen. Beto O’rourke, Ohio REP Tim Ryan, and Massachusetts sen. Elizabeth Warren were:.