Democratic Presidential Debate: Moments that mattered

Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and eight other presidential hopefuls went head-to-head in the second debate of the 2020 cycle.
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America. Biz break tonight we debate but ultimately we have to be Donald Trump. Nominate me and you get to see the president of the United States stand next to an American war veteran. And explain why he chose to pretend to be disabled when it was his chance to certain. We'll listen to people not packs people not corporations people not special interest we need the public option that's what Barack Obama won it. And it would bring health care costs down for everyone wanted to stay to accident experience in the health care business and with all due respect I don't think my colleagues understand the business. Scoble quietly include dental cap. Hearing aids and eyeglasses but don't second double you don't know exactly but won't argue is that I don't know I wrote the bill. We are the Democrats we are not about trying to take away healthcare from any one. Back out character trait will be appetizing. Don't know I'd. August program he's the green new deal make sure that every American is guaranteed government job they want. That is a disaster of them develop occupied while FedEx election the dollar dropped. Don't understand why anybody does to all the trouble of running for president of the United States just to talk about what we really can't do it shouldn't fight for. We have twelve years before we reach the horizon of catastrophe. When it comes to our client participating communities are being left behind as we make this transition and little buddy. In the congressman's more strongly but worked them. Can move ever forced America to make these radical changes. They're not got to going you should Pedroia had done good luck you haven't yet. Governors and mayors are the ones that we. All the talk but suddenly the government sought to take over all responsibility and there's no preparation the details on what. You can't just break up plan on the world expected to 68 it doesn't just offend our sensibilities to hear him say. Send her back communities of color and disadvantaged communities all over this country. Who are suffering from environmental injustice we need to call out white supremacy for what it is domestic terrorism but also signed into law. Sheila Jackson Lee is reparations bill. 200 to 500 billion dollars payment of a dead it is immigrants don't diminish America they are and there. And for profit detention in this country and an assist of those countries in Central America that no family ever house to make. That 2000 mile journey than I expected people who come here. Follow our laws their presence calling their city the town of all of them are nothing more than a home or rafts. And I can tell you as your president that would stop and consider the fact that when the sun sets on North Korea and they are writing your stores. We'll all the good and bad things you didn't your life. Good thing he will be remembered for is whether in this moment if this president. You found the courage to stand up to him or you continue to put party over.

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