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Full Disclaimer. Ten of the 25 Democratic candidates took part in the first presidential debates Wednesday night. Democratic presidential hopefuls battled to distinguish themselves from among a historically large and diverse slate of candidates in the first presidential debates Wednesday night, sparring on health care, immigration and whether to impeach U. President Donald Trump. The debate featured few personal attacks and relatively little focus on Mr.

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Trump, as 10 of the 25 Democratic candidates sought instead to promote their policy ideas, tout their records and test out campaign slogans. With so many candidates — many trailing distantly in the polls — and five different debate moderators, the format all but assured there would be little time for fireworks. But the two-hour performance in Miami laid bare the stark divisions within the Democratic Party over the best route to White House. Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan, former Maryland Congressman John Delaney and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar used their limited airtime to deliver messages designed to woo white working class voters who abandoned the party for Mr.


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Trump in Ryan said. Warren, whose campaign has focused on reforming corporate America. For much of the evening the candidates seemed to agree on many of the issues.

Nearly all said they would pursue a renegotiated Iranian nuclear deal if elected and attacked Mr. Trump for escalating tensions with Iran.

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Klobuchar said. Most agreed that Mr. Several outlined a climate change policy that included turning the United States into a global green energy powerhouse. Others agreed school gun violence has become a national crisis, but stopped short of proposing to confiscate firearms. Warren, among the most staunchly progressive candidates, said she favoured more research into root causes of school shootings over confiscating firearms. Warren, who favours shifting to a universal health-care system. Klobuchar said she would keep private insurance intact. Jay Inslee touted his record as the lone candidate to have passed a bill protecting abortion rights as governor of Washington State.

Delaney said he would support House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who has opposed impeaching the President. Castro, a former mayor of San Antonio, Tex. The debates continue Thursday night. Mayor Pete Buttigieg and six others. Sign up today. This is a space where subscribers can engage with each other and Globe staff. Non-subscribers can read and sort comments but will not be able to engage with them in any way. Click here to subscribe. If you would like to write a letter to the editor, please forward it to letters globeandmail.

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