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Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) took a break from tweeting bible verses to chastise the performances of Democratic presidential candidates in Tuesday night's debate.

It didn't go as well as he'd hoped.

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Contenders for the 2020 Democratic nomination debated in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday ahead of the state's primary in the most confrontational debate yet.

Present on the debate stage for the first time was billionaire former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a late entry to the campaign whose advertising blitz helped contribute to his rise in the polls, despite having yet to appear on a primary ballot.

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Former Vice President and 2020 presidential contender Joe Biden noted in Thursday night's Democratic presidential debate that children struggling with a stutter reached out to him for advice.

A recent profile in The Atlantic detailed Biden's own problems with a stutter during his youth.

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Not having learned his lesson after weighing in on one of the Democrats' June presidential debates, President Donald Trump's third child with ex-wife Ivana—Eric Trump—decided to make another insightful Twitter post assessing the merits and deficiencies of the 2020 Democratic presidential field.

You may remember this piece of eloquence from June:

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There was no shortage of Republican critiques and insults as candidates vying for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination embarked on a second round of debates.

One insult from Fox Nation's far-right commentator Tomi Lahren, however, went too far. Now, her colleagues are calling her out.

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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) may not be leading the pack in the crowded field of Democratic candidates for the 2020 presidential election, but that didn't stop her from delivering a savage burn to President Donald Trump during her second debate.

CNN's Dana Bash asked Gillibrand to elaborate on her climate change positions. Gillibrand vowed that the second thing she'd do is "reengage on global climate change" and reenter the Paris Climate Accords.

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Democratic presidential candidate, California Senator Kamala Harris, at The Knight Concert Hall, Miami, Florida on Thursday, June 27, 2019 for the First Democratic Debate. (Photo by Gustavo Cabellero/NBC News/MSNBC/Telemundo)

California Senator Kamala Harris dominated on the second night of the first Democratic debate of 2020 presidential candidates according to many people who viewed the event. Harris—born in Oakland, California to a Tamil Indian mother and Jamaican father—is a former district attorney and state Attorney General.

Making her case was a skill Harris excelled at to rise to the level of success she did.

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