Presidential Hopefuls Take Aim at Joe Biden During Second Night of Debates

HeadlineAug 01, 2019

In Detroit, 10 presidential hopefuls took the stage Wednesday evening for the second Democratic debate, with nine contenders taking aim at former Vice President Joe Biden’s record on criminal justice, the Iraq War, immigration and women’s rights. The debate opened with Biden sparring with California Senator Kamala Harris on their healthcare plans, with candidates debating the merits of a Medicare for All healthcare plan for nearly 30 minutes. After headlines, we’ll play highlights of the debate, and we’ll be joined by renowned civil rights activist Dr. Cornel West and legendary labor leader Dolores Huerta, co-chair of Kamala Harris’s campaign.

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