Hudson, N.H. – – I In an open tribute to the Democratic Party's leftist demotion, Bernie Sanders won the first salvo of Democratic primary debates during an election rally.
"It was very interesting, I think it was today. The Wall Street Journal wrote, if I remember correctly, a comment:" Bernie Sanders has won both debates, "the Vermont Senator told the approximately 250 confined supporters who came to celebrate the opening of a new campaign office. "How do you win a debate you did not even attend? Because of New Hampshire and 21
During Wednesday's debate – the first of two consecutive events for every 10 candidates – both Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio spoke in favor of Sanders' Medicare for all "out" plan that would abolish private insurance in favor of a state system.
While Californian Senator Kamala Harris was widely recognized as one of the winners of Thursday's debate, the vast majority of candidates on the scene campaigned for ambitious liberal plans and used rhetoric reminiscent of Sanders 2016's campaign.
"Ultimately, we have too big a problem with growing corporate power," said New Jersey Senator Cory Booker. "We see it all at Citizens United and in the way they try to influence Washington, it's time we had a president who fought for the people in this country."
Sanders recently advocated eliminating all student loan debt – estimated at $ 1.6 trillion nationwide – while most candidates would not agree. Emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art .. German: emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art … = 263 & lang = DE Virtually everyone on the scene who spoke on the subject conceded that some kind of relief from the government is needed.
"It is logical for me that you can refinance your home to be able to refinance your student debt, "said South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg on Thursday." I also believe in a free college for low and middle income students, for whom the cost hindered could be. I just do not think it makes sense to ask working-class families to subsidize the children of billionaires as well. "
Although Sanders has succeeded in getting many Democratic presidential candidates to join his political proposals, his campaign is in the It has stalled in recent months as most polls show it is in second place and jeopardizes this rank, and a Morning Consult / Five Thirty-Eight post-debate poll shows that Sanders is supported at 17.3%, closely followed by Harris at 16.6% and Warren at 14.4% and Biden at 31.5%.