What we learnt after two nights, 20 candidates, four hours of the Democrats leadership debate

epa07678664 Journalists watch the second night of the first Democratic Presidential Debate at the Adrienne Arsht Center of the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida, USA, 27 June 2019. The second night of the first democratic presidential debate will be between Former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, Senator Kamala Harris of California, Senator Kristen Gillibrand of New York, Representative Eric Swalwell of California, Former Governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper, Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado, Author Marianne Williamson, and Businessman Andrew Yang. EPA-EFE/GIORGIO VIERA

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Two nights, 20 candidates, four hours and one unforgettable collision between former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Senator Kamala Harris.

The New York Times presents a feature on what ‘one learned about the state of the 2020 primary race from the debates on Wednesday and Thursday nights, which drew huge numbers of viewers — 15.3 million watched the first face-off on television alone — whose reactions could reshape the race.’

via New York Times 

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