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Moderate candidates warn, move to far to the left to get Trump re-elected on night one of the most important debates in Michigan; Kristin Fisher reports from Detroit.
Sen. Tim Rayn of Ohio is Vt with his rebuke to sen Bernie Sanders, I -., to sell at the Tuesday primaries debate, “you don’t yell” car stickers To after you make the same statement during a tense exchange about climate change.
“If we really care of you lift every voice and fight in the name of the problems, which the Americans hold up in the night, let’s start, by our conversations civil and productive #YouDontHaveToYell,” Ryan tweeted on Wednesday.
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The slogan refers to a combative exchange between Ryan and Sanders during the first of two debates this week with White House contender in Detroit. Ryan was asked about Sanders’ energy plan, saying he would market the work with the private sector to dominate the emerging technologies, the electric vehicle.
Sanders responded by saying that he was “a little tired of Democrats fear big ideas.”
After some back-and-forth, Rayn Sanders said, “you don’t have to scream” in response to his tone.
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The two also sparred over health care, with Sanders the defense of his “Medicare for all” plan. Ryan said the Vermont senator knew, what are the benefits of the plan would be.
“I wrote the bill the” damn it!” Sanders called .
Fox News reporter Adam Shaw contributed to this report.