New York Times: “The Democratic Party took pains to divide the 20 eligible candidates so that there would be no undercard debate. But let’s be real: This was an undercard debate. Or rather, it was a nine-way undercard debate, interspersed with an interview with Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, who received few direct challenges from rivals, despite, or because of, being the top-polling candidate in the group.”Save to Favorites
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