Published: Fri, August 02, 2019
Health Care | By Cedric Leonard

Pete Buttigieg Pounced on Joe Biden's Debate Gaffe, Snatching Up Joe3030 Domain

Pete Buttigieg Pounced on Joe Biden's Debate Gaffe, Snatching Up Joe3030 Domain

Cory Booker, D-N.J., former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen.

Yes, the presidential candidate scooped up the domain, and possibly some of Biden's supporters.

Several candidates said they thought Mr Trump should be impeached and others called him a racist. Harris was also on the defensive at times, failing to repeat her dominant performance in Miami.

Here are some highlights from the debate. Biden's support might disappear, but again I think it is based now on a reasoned assessment of who among the candidates is best equipped to get rid of Trump.

"They are probably confused because they have never read it", Harris responded.

Harris admitted she expected to litigate her record on the debate stage, and said she joked with her team beforehand that she could have incorporated it into her debate night attire.

"You had a police department that you went out and hired Rudy Giuliani's guy and you engaged in stop and frisk", said Biden.

California Sen. Kamala Harris hit Biden for his health plan that preserves "Obamacare" and builds on it, arguing it didn't go far enough and would leave millions uninsured.

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According to Google Trends, Williamson was the "most-searched Democratic candidate" in 49 states during the Detroit debate. When Biden declined to discuss his counsel to Obama on the matter, New Jersey Sen. No, no, I hear you. You're electing me to lead. He took a hit in the polls after that display. But he also disagreed with many of his rivals about decriminalizing undocumented border crossings. Of those onstage on Wednesday, congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii remains undecided on the issue, and Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado has rejected it outright.

Biden was the most targeted candidate on stage Wednesday night, fending off questions about his health care proposal to build on the Affordable Care Act, and the high number of deportations during the Obama administration. "And if that means having a meeting with a dictator, if that means trying to meet with Kim Jong-Un in North Korea to de-escalate tensions and remove this nuclear threat from our country and our people, whatever the crisis is".

Gaffes aside, Biden spent most of the night under attack on his role in the Obama adminstration's policies on immigration and healthcare.

"Since the 1970s, every crime bill, major and minor, has had his name on it", said Booker.

Biden "was really pivotal in leading the Senate in worsening all of the provisions of" the 1994 law, "which expanded the death penalty and created new mandatory minimum sentences", Princeton political scientist Naomi Murakawa explained to the Marshall Project in a 2015 interview. Criticism included Booker's time as Newark Mayor and the ineffectiveness of his policies.

Laughable as it may seem, Biden is the not-crazy one in the Democrat field.

"This is one of those instances where the house was set on fire and you claimed responsibility for those laws". What makes sense - and Paul Starr and others have made this point - is attacking the Republicans and Trump for attempting to do away with the insurance we have, while proposing something like a public option or Medicare for Anyone that would put America on the road to Medicare for All. Now, Senator Harris says she's proud of her record as a prosecutor and that she'll be a prosecutor president. Harris failed to muster a convincing response, probably because this charge is entirely accurate.

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