The gloves came off once again among presidential candidates in Atlanta Wednesday night at the 5th Democratic debate.
The 10 qualifying candidates sparred over several issues including health care, foreign policy and climate change. But all were in agreement about the impeachment inquiry underway against U.S. President Donald Trump.
To discuss all of this:
- Rina Shah is the managing director at Red Fort Strategies, a public affairs and government relations firm.
- Boer Deng is a Washington correspondent for the British newspaper, The Times.
- Christopher Hahn is the host of the Aggressive Progressive podcast on Revolver.
- Todd Belt is the director of the Political Management Program at George Washington University.
Analysis: Women took center stage at Democratic debate. And that was a good thing. https://t.co/tEqW0r0f7o
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Former White House Russia Expert, Fiona Hilla Testifies in Day 5 of the President Trump impeachment hearings. She says the Russians interferred in the U.S. 2016 elections and they are preparing to do the same in 2020. #ImpeachmentHearing #Russia #Ukraine #FionaHill pic.twitter.com/IiZVcOCIS8
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