Politics & Policy

National Review‘s Democratic Debate Highlight Reel

'I never took a position on Keystone until I took a position on Keystone'

Last night’s debate showed the Democratic party is offering a strong field of presidential candidates to pick from: 

Looking for a candidate promising to broaden health coverage so undocumented immigrants no longer have to worry? Hillary Clinton made just that promise.

How about a candidate who understands that the only way to stop mass shootings is through universal health care? Then Bernie Sanders might be your guy.

Interested in trying to empower minority communities through a “New New Deal”? Luckily, Clinton floated exactly that proposal.

In the event you weren’t able to catch the debate — or simply want to relive the magic — here’s a quick ”highlight” reel of the best (or, at least most interesting) moments.

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