How each candidate performed in last night's Democratic debate
Six Democratic U.S. presidential candidates sparred over war and trade, gender and health care, in a pressure-packed debate in Des Moines, Iowa, on Tuesday, with the first nominating contest in the state less than three weeks away. Here is how each...more
JOE BIDEN: The former vice president, who has been showing fresh signs of competitiveness in Iowa and New Hampshire, and who still leads in polls nationally, needed only a steady performance on the evening and largely delivered it. He benefited from...more
BERNIE SANDERS: Coming into the debate, Sanders' campaign had been rocked first by reports that his volunteers had denigrated Warren to Iowa voters and then by another report that he had told Warren in a private 2018 meeting that a woman could not be...more
ELIZABETH WARREN: Did Warren get the better of the exchange with Sanders over gender? Likely. She attempted to take the high road and not dwell on what he may or may not have said. Still, in a thinly veiled case against the most unapologetically...more
PETE BUTTIGIEG: In a different debate, the 37-year-old former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, might have been the top target of the evening. He has surprised - and at times annoyed - his rivals with his staying power. Polls show him a major player in...more
AMY KLOBUCHAR: The U.S. senator from Minnesota likely needed a dominating performance on Tuesday to gain some real traction in the race. Polls show her still trailing behind the top grouping of candidates in Iowa, where she must perform well to...more
TOM STEYER: The billionaire from California was a last-minute qualifier for the debate and largely remained an afterthought throughout the evening, failing to make a case why he would make a better Democratic nominee than the other candidates on...more
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