Yang unloads on Dems’ “obsession” with trump, charge at the presidential debate

in the vicinity ofthe video of the democratic presidential candidates weigh in Trump indictment before the debate

Joe Biden used impeachment to ask supporters for money; Peter Doocy reports from Los Angeles.

The democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang threw cold water on the media “obsession” with removal from office during Thursday night’s primary debate, tell the participants to the applause that the Americans, we do get frustrated, “the more, like Donald Trump is the cause of all our problems.”

“If you are on cable-network-news-today one would think [Trump’s] with our President, because the said a combination of Russia, racism, Facebook, Hillary Clinton and E-Mails, all mixed together,” Yang. “But the Americans, in order to know the country different. We are blown away 4 million jobs in production, primarily in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Missouri.”

He added: “What we have to do, is, we need to stop obsessing over charge … and then in the ditch and the solution of the problems, got Donald Trump elected in the first place.”

With less than seven weeks until the Iowa Caucasus, the kick-off and only a day after house Democrats accuse President Trump, a winnowed the field of Democratic presidential vote-the contenders on the debate stage for the sixth and final time in 2019

Thursday night in a televised pre-Christmas competition brought seven rivals, the heavily Democratic California, the biggest prize in the primary season and home to 1 in 8 Americans.

The debate in Los Angeles, could be seen the least, as so far, as the holidays approach and charge of the drama dominated the news. The number of spectators has decreased in each round, although five debates and even the campaigns gemault that the candidates prefer to be on the ground in the early voting States, as again the debate stage.


The Republicans have slammed as not to delay the house Democrats’ plan, a Senate study. Hours before the debate, Noah Feldman, Harvard Law School professor, said Democrats on the prosecution’s request at the beginning of this month, wrote an explosive op-ed claiming that, if Democrats do not forward the impeachment articles, the Senate determined by the Constitution, so Trump was not even accused at all. The Constitution stipulates that according to the indictment, by a majority in the house, a two-thirds majority necessary in the Senate to remove a President from office.

Asked why polls show that many Americans are against impeachment and removal Trump, the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, the indictment called a “constitutional necessity”, regardless of what the figures show.

Massachusetts sen. Elizabeth Warren, for her part, accused Trump of corruption, without the popularity of the indictment.

Democratic presidential candidate sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaking at a meeting in the town hall, Monday, Dec. 16, 2019, in Keokuk, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

Minnesota sen Amy Klobuchar called Trump the actions of “global Watergate,” to say if he is really innocent, he should have the support of his top lieutenants, to witness-an argument that rankled Republicans who say the presumption of the importance of innocence.

The lack of a clear frontrunner in the Democratic field to complain, as Democrats, that there is a remarkable lack of diversity on the stage compared to previous debates. For the first time in this cycle, the debate is not to have a black or Latino candidate.

The race in California mirrored largely national trends, with the former Biden, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Warren are clustered at the top of the field, followed by South Bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buttigieg, Klobuchar, Yang and billionaire philanthropist Tom Steyer.

Conspicuously missing in the lineup at the Loyola Marymount University on Thursday, the former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, a billionaire who is not able not to will, the qualifications for the competitions, because he accept donations campaign. But even if he was not on the podium, Bloomberg, felt in the state: He is running a flood of TV advertising in California, to present himself to voters who probably know little, if anything, about him.

Bloomberg’s late entry into the competition last month raised the outstanding issue in the competition, electability, to plunge a sign of the unrest within the Democratic party about its crop of candidates, and whether it is strong enough, a President-in-office. The final nominees will be tasked with splicing together the party’s disparate factions fought a job, Hillary Clinton, after the victory over Sanders in a long and bitter primary fight in 2016.


Biden adviser Symone said Sanders to expect another lively exchange on health care. “This is not a Problem that is gone, and for good reason, because it is a subject, the delivery in 2018, Democrats and won,” she said.

Jess O’connell with the Buttigieg campaign, said the candidate is “good to have an open and honest conversation about where there are differences between us and the other candidates. This is a really important time to start to do that. Voters need time to understand the differences between these candidates.” The most important issues: health care and higher education.


The unexplained race has seen surges at different points of Biden, Warren, Sanders and Buttigieg, although it is defined that cluster, the shift leader, with others struggling for momentum. California, Sr., Kamala Harris, once one of the top-tier candidates put their campaign this month, citing a lack of money. And Warren has aggressively more, especially against Buttigieg, as she tries to recover, to move from explanations of how they would pay for “Medicare for All” without raising taxes.

In a replay of 2016, the relocation of the race for the democratic nomination, the gap between the party’s liberal wing, represented Sanders and Warren and candidate parked close to the political center, including Biden, Buttigieg and Bloomberg.

Two candidates who didn’t make it, you will feel the stage is still her presence to the watchers with ads viewers remembered, you are still in the race.


New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and former housing Secretary Julian Castro, are airing TV ads, the primary voters during the debate. Booker’s is his first TV ad, and in it, he says, although he’s not on the debate stage, “I’m going to win this election anyway.” It is the ventilation is carried out as part of a $500,000 campaign in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina, as well as New York, Washington, DC, and Los Angeles.

A Pro-Booker super PAC is also.with an ad in Iowa highlighting the positive reviews of the Booker of the past debate performances

Meanwhile, Castro is a display, not running, in Iowa, in which he argued that the state should not go first in Democrats ” – nomination process, because it mirrors the diversity of the Democratic party.

Both candidates failed to hit the polling threshold to qualify for the debates, and have in the last few weeks, an outspoken critic of what you say, is a debate for the qualification, which favors white candidates over minorities.

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

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