How each of the Democratic candidates did in the South Carolina debate
The stakes could not have been higher at the Democratic presidential debate on Tuesday, with the South Carolina primary and Super Tuesday contests looming in the week ahead. Most candidates on the stage in Charleston, South Carolina, shared a common...more
BERNIE SANDERS: Sanders was the object of much of the evening's hand-wringing. Michael Bloomberg, Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar tried to sound the alarm, arguing that with the self-avowed democratic socialist Sanders as the nominee, the party had...more
JOE BIDEN: The debate was crucially important for Biden, who needs a victory in South Carolina on Saturday to re-assert his claim as the best chance to counter Sanders. For the most part, the former vice president delivered a steady performance,...more
ELIZABETH WARREN: After disappointing finishes in the first three early voting states, the senator from Massachusetts was looking to build on her assertive debate performance a week ago in Las Vegas. The results in Charleston were more mixed. Warren...more
MICHAEL BLOOMBERG: It was a comeback of sorts for Bloomberg, who received blistering reviews for his debut presidential debate performance a week ago. The attention on Sanders gave Bloomberg more room to discuss his record as mayor of New York and...more
PETE BUTTIGIEG: No candidate on stage appeared more intent on drawing a contrast with Sanders than Buttigieg, who time and again re-stated what he called the stakes for the Democratic Party. The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, worried aloud...more
AMY KLOBUCHAR and TOM STEYER: Klobuchar, a senator from Minnesota, and Steyer, a California billionaire, largely appeared to be afterthoughts for most of the evening. Almost a half hour passed at the start of the debate before Klobuchar spoke. Steyer...more
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