The Democrats are preparing for the second round of debates. Everyone is waiting for the expected showdown between Joe Biden and Kamala Harris after their last fight month in Miami.

The debate in Detroit, in which Biden and Harris are accompanied by eight other people on stage, comes about as Donald Trump continues to attack Congressman Elijah Cummings and the city of Baltimore – which attracts the wrath of the critics I have the President's attacks are labeled as racist.

Mr Biden has promised not to be as nice as he was during his appearance in Miami, but he has continued to fight attacks on his previous positions on civil rights issues, which have given Ms. Harris an opening in the early debates. But will any of this be important in the race considering Mr. Biden's outstanding leadership? Only time will tell.

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If you thought the fighting would be from last night in Detroit, think You again!

Elizabeth Warren has attempted to use her attack on John Delaney when she said she does not understand why someone would run for president if they just want to say that things can not be done (we have an e -Mail fundraiser, which cites the line from their campaign just 35 minutes ago!).

Now, Mr Delaney is back in his own way:

Here's a bit more about Mr Gilchrist, the Lieutenant Governor of Michigan, who is spicing up the debate hall at the moment :

He's a 36-year-old Detroiter who has been in politics in his state since at least 2014, when he returned to Washington as the national campaign organizer of [19659024] 2019-07-31T23: 18: 25.673Z

Garlin Gilchrist: "All the experts said we were a red state, but we proved them wrong in 2018 and we will prove them wrong in 2020".

Detroit is the place to go, and Governor of Michigan, Garlin Gilchrist, enters the stage to get everyone on their toes.

"Hello Detroit," he says.

Here is a tweet from Donald Trump an hour ago, which continues his fight with Elijah Cummings, against which allegations of racism were levied on the president.

At the top of the debating stage in Michigan: The Flint City Wide Choir.

It was wonderful.

A quick reminder: Flint is the city that became known for its water crisis after city residents began to complain that the water was toxic. The crisis at that time attracted the nation's attention, with some big demands for reforms to change the source of water. The water is still poisonous.

We'll see if this problem pops up tonight after we did not get a piece last night.

After yesterday's debate – in which Elizabeth Warren said this US policy should never strike first with a nuclear weapon – the topic of American nuclear weapons policy seems to be under debate (at least on Twitter).

Here's Congersswoman Liz Cheney, who challenges Mrs. Warren after the exchange.

Here's the full list of candidates ahead of today's event:

  • Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet
  • New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
  • Ex-Housing and Urban Development Minister Julián Castro
  • New Jersey Senator Cory Booker
  • former Vice President Joe Biden
  • California Senator Kamala Harris
  • Technology entrepreneur Andrew Yang
  • Congressman from Hawaii Tulsi Gabbard
  • Governor of Washington Jay Inslee [19659047] The New York Mayor Bill de Blasio

We are just under two hours after the start of today's debate.

Headlines in today's debate include Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, who are somewhat upset by racial issues and the former vice president's position on bus transport (a policy that has been introduced to support the separation of public schools) had. [19659018]

Mr. Biden was frequently attacked for his past civil rights positions, though he is largely on his record. You can expect to see more coming up tonight as Mrs Harris makes another attempt to stand out in a crowded democratic primary field – and one that has much more to offer Mrs Harris if she wants to win the title nomination the party.

Clark Mindock of The Independent will take over this live blog for the night to guide you through another Democratic showdown between top rivals as President. Here's a featured interview on Steve Bullock, an underdog candidate who found his way to the stage last night, for a worthy briefing:

Donald Trump has summoned the US Navy secretary prosecutor who had indicted the case of Navy SEAL chief Eddie Gallagher received the "immediately retire" award.

The award honors the prosecution team for their "exceptional witness preparation", "constitutional expert disputes" and "outstanding results".

The Russian government has called on Donald Trump to restore a suspended Twitter account for his Syrian embassy –

Donald Trump's research team is trying to turn on the president's seemingly racist statements on the head – and back to the high-ranking Democratic congressman he attacked on Twitter.







The President of Mongolia donated Donald Trump's youngest son, Barron, a horse. The President announced that the name of the horse would be "victory" –

The White House is campaigning in the face of the Federal Reserve's recent announcement –








Here's my story about the newly announced interest rate cuts –







The US Federal Reserve has lowered interest rates for the first time in more than a decade to extend the country's historic economic expansion under the former President Barack Obama began.

The Federal Reserve announced the changes on Wednesday, saying it would cut targets for key federal funds by 0.25 percent. The Board had previously considered a rate hike in 2019.

Future History …

Here's my story about the reported death of Hamza bin Laden –







Hamza bin Laden, the son and potential heir to the late Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, is dead according to United States reports.

The message was first reported Wednesday morning, though the officials would not immediately confirm the details or whether the US plays any role in his death.

Hamza bin Laden called on people in the Arabian Peninsula in his recent public statements released by the terrorist media arm last year, which also included threats against Saudi Arabia.

Future Story …

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