Warren comes under attack from all sides of The debate, as Biden’s son defends practices

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Rising Democratic co-frontrunner Elizabeth Warren came under fire from all sides during Wednesday night’s presidential debate”, as the former Vice-President Joe Biden defended defiantly denied his son’s business practices abroad and vehemently any wrongdoing.

All 12 Democrats on the stage, meanwhile, a law enforcement supported the investigation against the President. In a sign of apparent discord and hesitation among the Democrats, though, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said just minutes before the debate started that there was no vote on the formally the beginning of a charge request.

The debate marked the first time the candidates have met since Pelosi held a press conference last month unilaterally declared that the investigation had begun, — a movement, which has said the White house is not legally sufficient to in fact, the discussions start. The candidate list set a record for the most politicians on a single debate stage, with the top of the 11 GOP candidates, gathered in the year 2016.

“Sometimes there are problems that are bigger than politics, and I think that’s the case with this charge request,” Warren, D-Mass., to assert, when asked why the Congress should bother with the process in view of the upcoming election


Biden has been at the forefront of the crowded field for months, but under withering attack from the White house of his son Hunter’s lucrative overseas business.

The elder Biden faced a bit of a tentative discussion on the question during the debate, CNN anchor and debate moderator Anderson Cooper is the topic of sections by declaring, without evidence, that President Trump the allegations of misconduct, the three-piece were “false”.

But Cooper Joe Biden pressed hunters, the inclusion in a television interview earlier in the day that he made a mistake, by a lucrative role on the Board of the Ukraine company, with no appropriate know-how, while his father was the Vice President and deals with the policy on Ukraine. (“I know I did nothing wrong. It was the bad judgment to be in the middle of something, this is a swamp, in many ways? Yes,” the younger Biden said on Tuesday morning.)

Joe Biden said recently, that no members of his family are involved in the third-party offers if he was elected President — a tacit admission, a Republican, said the earlier bad decision, or even misconduct.

Devon Archer, far left, with former Vice-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, of the extreme right, in the year 2014. Archer served on the board of the Ukrainian company Burisma Holdings, with hunter, and began their service before this picture was taken. Joe Biden denied ever talking to his son about his overseas business.

“Look, my son, the statement speaks for itself,” Biden said. “My son has done nothing wrong. I have done nothing wrong. I led the policy of the government of the United States, that was the root of corruption in Ukraine, and that is what we focus on.”

He concluded: “The fact of the matter is, this is about trump, the corruption is. This is what we should focus us.”

Later, as the debate heated, Biden said: “These discussions are kind of crazy.” In a head-turning moment, he also said that wealthy individuals could be found, “clipping coupons in the stock market.”

Separately, asked Trump to give policy in Syria, Biden, appeared to speak in an extended response in which he said that Turkish President Recep Erdoğan — instead but kept the reference to the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Hunter Biden, the other most highly paid Executive positions in Switzerland and abroad, without the relevant know-how, while his father was a senator and Vice-President. For example, Hunter executive to become the financial services company MBNA, only two years after leaving the law school. MBNA sources told Fox News this week that the company tried to win the favor of Joe Biden, who is the custodian of a bill, favored by MBNA for the adoption in the Senate.

“These discussions are kind of crazy.”

— Joe Biden

Meanwhile, Warren’s rose to co-leader status, but also face new questions about their dubious claims to Native American ancestry.

She was under fire from all sides in the debate for the refusal to answer the question of whether your “Medicare for All” plan, the taxes for the middle class. Warren, once again, dodged the question, insisting only that “the costs are” for the middle class.

“I appreciate Elizabeth’s work, but again, the difference between a plan and a dream is something you really do,” Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., Warren said. “At least Bernie’s honest. … I’m sorry, Elizabeth.”

South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg also Warren sharply criticized on the health care system: “your signature is to have a plan for everything, except this,” he said.

Buttigieg specifically knocked Warren for the nonanswer, namely their failure, a direct response is: “why are people so frustrated with politicians,” and to argue that Medicare for All would be “unnecessary parts of this country.”

“We heard it tonight,” Buttigieg said. Not to answer “for a Yes-or-no question with Yes or no.” He said he wanted a plan that could be summarized as ” Medicare for All, if you choose it, whether you like it or not

Beto O’rourke and Warren pressed on the tax issue, without success.

Bernie Sanders, wrote, the Medicare for All legislation, adopted by Warren, said it was taxes “to confirm appropriate go upstairs.”


The event, hosted by CNN and The New York Times, is on the campus of Otterbein University, is something to decide outside of Columbus, Ohio, a state that helped long presidential elections, but has drifted away from Democrats in recent years.

Democratic presidential candidate, businessman Tom Steyer, left, and Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., right, listen as Sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., speaks during a Democratic presidential primary debate hosted by CNN/New York Times at Otterbein University, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019, in Westerville, Ohio. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Many of the candidates were to fight, only to be noticed — trying to make up ground in a race that officially starts in a little more than three months with the Iowa group meetings on Feb. 3. Buttigieg and California Sen. Kamala Harris to try to crack that top tier.

Also discussed were a New York entrepreneur Andrew Yang, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, former Obama housing chief Julián Castro and Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. His debate debut, and probably also fishing for a splash — is activist billionaire Tom Steyer.

Gabbard hit The New York Times, and CNN-who were hosting the debate, for waging what they called a propaganda campaign against her, while also promoting the endless “regime change wars.”

“The New York Times, and CNN veterans smeared as me, the said for the call for an end to this regime-change war,” Gabbard. “Just two days ago, The New York Times apologists for an article that says I’m a Russian asset and Assad, and all these different lubricates. This morning, a CNN commentator said on national television that I will be an asset in Russia. Totally despicable.”

Yang’s plan for a universal basic income spurred a discussion on the stage, whether a Federal jobs guarantee a better plan-something of an achievement for Yang, which has striven to notice in the polls, while at the same time its own agenda.

The 2020 field that had once swelled to two dozen, has been shrinking as the democratic party rules have to discuss that the applicants meet higher donor and fundraising thresholds.


Only 10 White house competitors qualified for the September debate, but Gabbard and Steyer from Tuesday is a record. Previous competitions with 20 candidates were divided between two nights.

Author Marianne Williamson, who is not physically present at the debate on Tuesday not to meet because, in polling, threshold values, expressed via Twitter as it unfolds: “no, you are not the only Democratic candidate for President of the United States.”

Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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