What impact will the democratic presidential debate have on the field on Thursday night? Not much, according to Dana Perino.
"Overall, I do not think this debate has changed the dynamics of the race in any detectable way last night," Perino said on Friday "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
CASTRO LANDS LOW BLOWS ON BIDEN, SAYS HE 'SATISFIED & # 39; OBAMA-LEGACY NOT AND MOCKS HIS REMINDER His platform for the seizure of weapons and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Behaved relatively calmly.
The Daily Briefing moderator said Biden and Warren "won" the debate, but narrowly.
"I would say that if you had forced me to identify two winners … I think Biden and Warren do pretty well," said Perino guest on Brian Kilmeade. "The media narrative for a long time and among other competitors of Biden has taken a long time, that it will crater, that it will stumble and that this will be the end of his game, that has not happened." 1
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The White House former press secretary has rescinded her most vicious analysis for O & Rourke, who she said was in vain in future elections compromised his position on weapons.
"Beto O & Rourke, he had a better debate, but I also think that he completed any future elected office for himself with his position on weapons," Perino said.
Perino also does not believe Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Has much more reason to obtain this primary office by saying, "I think what you've heard, you heard it in 2016, and he will simply not get support anymore. "