CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) – Everyone ganged up on Bernie Sanders during the latest Democratic presidential debate. But Mike Bloomberg didn’t get away unscathed. Elizabeth Warren struggled to differentiate herself from Sanders.
And moderate Democrats still can’t seem to agree on a strategy to slow the front-runner’s momentum. Democrats on Tuesday held their final debate before the South Carolina primary and the critical Super Tuesday contests that follow three days later.
Sanders parried some of the blows aimed at him but also got into shouting matches. Joe Biden emphasized his affinity for issues dear to black voters and reminded them of his decades-long advocacy.
🚨: Former Vice President @JoeBiden confronts Senator Sanders on his record on gun control and his attacks on the Obama administration#DemDebate2020 #DemocraticDebate #DemDebates #Election2020 pic.twitter.com/ggzE7UMbsl
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