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The 3rd Democratic Presidential Debate: What You Should Watch For

The 3rd Democratic Presidential Debate: What You Should Watch For

Update: 2019-09-097
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On Thursday night ten Democratic candidates will face off. It's the first time former Vice President Joe Biden will face Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. Plus, Trump faces a new challenger in the Republican field. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, political correspondent Scott Detrow, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org. Find and support your local public radio station at npr.org/stations.
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Jared S

Wow, I thought you guys weren't biased. Not a single mention of how Gabbard got shut out of the debate (probably because she put the smack down on Harris), and all this talk about Warren when Sanders consistency polls higher than her. Your corporate funding is showing.

Sep 10th
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William M Westcott

Jared S Confused why corporatists would want Warren over Bernie when her whole career even pre politics has been built on trying to level the playing field. People talk about her more because her campaign is gaining momentum whereas the jury is out on whether can even reconstitute his support from last cycle and hasn’t gained that momentum. I don’t dislike Gabbard (I actually like her more than most because she seems to actually have individual thoughts) but it’s fairly simple why she’s not in the debate - she didn’t meet the criteria. Fairly simple. If they wasted time talking about all the people that didn’t make the debate it’d be a boring podcast about unimportant things.

Sep 10th
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The 3rd Democratic Presidential Debate: What You Should Watch For

The 3rd Democratic Presidential Debate: What You Should Watch For

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