Democratic Debate 2019 concluded with its second day on June 27 where the first day was held on June 26, Wednesday. The majority of the leaders for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination crowded on 10-person debate stage held in Miami Thursday night.
Democratic Debate 2019
The candidates on Thursday’s debate were nothing like the comparatively polite affair on Wednesday night, instead they came out ready to argument. Thursday’s debate night was definitely something on different level with full of spirit and has produced a series of powerful moments, mainly by Sen. Kamala Harris of California
Here is the list of all candidates who took part in Thursday’s debate night:
Former Vice President Joe Biden
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont
Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana
Sen. Kamala Harris of California
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York
Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado
Author Marianne Williamson
Rep. Eric Swalwell of California
Businessman Andrew Yang
Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper
Democratic Debate 2019 highlights video
Though the Democratic Debate live streaming is over, but at the same time Democratic Debate 2019 full video is being uploaded, where you can watch the video highlights together with learning about who won the trending war.
We have arranged all of the major highlights of what the Presidential candidates said on stage that was set up in Miami.
You can have all the major highlights such as Andrew Yang explaining the idea of a Universal Basic Income (UBI) that promises $1,000 for each American whether they are young, old, poor and wealthy.
You can also have the highlight of Kamala Harris challenging Joe Biden on race relations as well as his earlier stand on integration busing to schools post-racial exclusion.
Pete Buttigieg explaining why he doesn’t backed free college, at least not for everybody. In this video highlight, he highlights the points on why the rich and wealthy Americans should still have to pay for college.
Who won the Democratic Debate?
Well, if you want to know about who is trending in search on the Democratic debate for night 2 then it may possibly surprise you that for the duration of the first hour, author Marianne Williamson run the pack, as per to the Google Trends. This in spite of has maybe the least experience in politics on the stage. It might have helped some people to know who she was and her work towards society.
On the other hand, Biden and Kamala Harris, together with Andrew Yang as well as Pete Buttigieg, are all secured for second place. In the meantime, as per to the NBC News’ post-debate analysis the search for Kamala Harris was up 500%, and in general it helped that she had a very good presentation and great debate.