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Elizabeth Warren Needs More Preparation after Ohio Debate Defeat

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Ohio Debate

Prior to the Ohio Debate, the prime objective of the 12 Democratic hopefuls was to outshine their Democratic rivals and emerge victorious in the debate, so as to garner maximum supporters. However, when the Democratic candidates came together for the fourth Democratic debate at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio, no one could have imagined that…

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Democratic Hopeful Pete Buttigieg Takes a Dig at Sen. Elizabeth Warren

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Pete Buttigieg

Days after the third Democratic debate to shortlist the appropriate candidate for the 2020 presidential elections took place, Democratic hopeful Pete Buttigieg took a dig at Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who is also a Democratic presidential candidate. Buttigieg accused Warren, who is now one of the top three preferences of Democratic voters, for being unclear about…

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Brett Kavanaugh Faces Impeachment Calls amidst Sexual Misconduct Allegations

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Brett Kavanaugh

After allegations of sexual assault by the Supreme Court Associate Justice, Brett Kavanaugh made the news, the 2020 Democratic hopefuls have began to call for his impeachment. However, President Trump came to his rescue criticizing the media and the Democrats for bringing noteworthy about the Associate Justice of the Supreme Court facts into the attention.…

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Third Democratic Debate Portrays Warren, Biden and Sanders as Top Preferences

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Third Democratic debate

The Democratic debates have played an important role in shaping the US politics amid the wave of 2020 presidential elections. The third Democratic debate that took place on Thursday at Texas Southern University in Houston, focused heavily on the health care policies and gun control practices that have been in criticism from months and is…

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Democratic Voters Comfortable with Elizabeth Warren Leading the Nation

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Elizabeth Warren

In a recently conducted Ipsos poll, Democratic Voters expressed their doubts about the Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren winning the Presidential elections, even though she continue to gain ground against 2020 primary rivals, former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. According to the reports, the survey was conducted from August 28 to August…

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Poll Reveals Joe Biden in Close Race with Elizabeth Warren for 2020 Elections

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Joe Biden

As per the polls conducted recently, former Vice-President Joe Biden is now once again leading the race of 2020 Democratic hopefuls, after lagging behind in the Monmouth Polls. While the former Vice President is maintaining the lead, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren continue to give him a stiff competition in the…

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Monmouth Poll: Biden Slides Down to a Tie with Sanders and Warren

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Monmouth Poll

Following the Monmouth poll conducted across the country, former Vice-President Joe Biden has plunged down by 13 points and is now at a tie with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. The three 2020 Democratic hopefuls Biden, Sanders and Warren are standing at 19 percent, 20 percent and 20 percent of support…

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Joe Biden Treads Steadily on the Road to POTUS

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Joe Biden

Former Vice President and 2020 Democratic hopeful, Joe Biden is witnessing a slow and steady growth of his supporters and with it are increasing the chances of him becoming the President of the United States (POTUS). As per the verdict of recent polls, Biden is ahead of his democratic rivals Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala…

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Warren and Sanders in Limelight on First Day of Second Democratic Debate

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Democratic Debate

Last updated on August 1st, 2019The race for the 2020 elections is gaining pace with each passing day, with so many Democratic hopefuls standing in the line; it gets difficult to keep an eye on all of them. In order to have an on-point evaluation of the candidates, Democratic debates come to the rescue. Just…

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