The first Democratic debate was always destined to be about Elizabeth Warren, and she seized the initiative with the first question.
The U.S. senator from Massachusetts smoothly took a question about the economy by saying, “It’s going great for a thinner and thinner slice at the top,” singling out drug companies and oil companies at the expense of, say, African-Americans.
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The next few candidates offered variations on the same theme. Amy Klobuchar, proposing free community college, was the first to take a shot at President Trump. Beto O’Rourke said, “This economy has got to work for everyone” before breaking into Spanish — and ducking a question about whether he supports a 70 percent tax rate. Cory Booker hit the same note, talking about his less-than-affluent minority neighborhood. Tulsi Gabbard said she would “put your interests ahead of the rich and powerful.”
The MSNBC moderators didn’t distribute the time evenly among the 10 contenders in Miami. Warren got several questions in the first half-hour and demonstrated a finely honed sense of slamming corporate America.
If there was a dark horse as a strong debater in Miami, it was Bill de Blasio, but unfortunately for him, even a majority of New Yorkers didn’t want him to run.
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