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Voters Of Color At The Center Of Heated Democratic Debate

Voters Of Color At The Center Of Heated Democratic Debate

Update: 2020-02-088
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At the end of a busy week in American politics, seven Democrats took the stage in New Hampshire ahead of the state's Tuesday primary.

Each candidate made the case for his or her own electability in a still-crowded field, a topic that remains top of mind for Democratic voters after a chaotic caucus in Iowa. In particular, they spoke at length about how their platforms would help Americans of color.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, and campaign correspondents Scott Detrow and Asma Khalid.

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Dre

Interesting that they never even mentioned one of the most talked about racial conversations on that stage that night. Elizabeth Warren’s response to Pete’s mayoral arrest record in Indiana. Like come on, guys! Quit being sexist and only talking about the white guys on the stage.

Feb 10th
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Voters Of Color At The Center Of Heated Democratic Debate

Voters Of Color At The Center Of Heated Democratic Debate

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