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10th Democratic Debate
February 25, 2020 - Tuesday 3:03AM ET - CBS
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Bernie Sanders The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Interview
Bernie Sanders sat down with Late Show host Stephen Colbert for another interview about his Presidential campaign and where he sees the race weeks before the first caucuses and primaries are held. Sanders was asked what is different about this primary compared to 2016 and he said the biggest difference is his increased focus on global climate change. He was also asked about Trump's burgeoning conflict with Iran and Sanders responded that he would do everything he can to prevent war with Iran.
Chuck Schumer CBS This Morning Interview
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was interviewed by the hosts of "CBS This Morning" from Washington, D.C. to discuss the next steps in the impeachment process now that the House of Representatives has formally charged President Donald Trump with two articles of impeachment and the Senate prepares for the trial. Schumer accused Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of wanting to "hiding the truth" because McConnell is refusing to allow witnesses Democrats say testimony is imperative.
Pete Buttigieg CBS This Morning Interview
Pete Buttigieg sat down with the hosts of CBS This Morning to discuss his 2020 Presidential campaign and what he must do if he were to go deep into the primary season. Buttigieg was asked about his lagging support among people of color and he admitted that he has "got a lot more work to do to earn" trust of voters of color. He then pivoted to highlighting his work as mayor where he "directed resources to low-income and mainly minority neighborhoods to improve the quality of life there." Buttigieg also discussed the ongoing impeachment hearings, among a number of other topics.
Mike Bloomberg’s CBS This Morning Interview
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg spoke with Gayle King on CBS This Morning for his first interview since announcing his Presidential candidacy in 2020. The twenty-five minute interview covered a range of topics, including whether he was trying to "buy" the nomination. Bloomberg insisted he wasn't trying to buy the nomination and said his wealth is actually a positive thing because he doesn't have to spend hours a day asking donors for money.
Kamala Harris Late Show With Stephen Colbert Interview
Kamala Harris sat down with Stephen Colbert on the Late Show to talk about her Presidential campaign and how she felt the 5th Democratic debate went. She was also asked about Senator Lindsey Graham's announcement that he's opening an investigation into Joe Biden, his son, and their supposed ties to Ukraine. Harris slammed Graham for willingly feeding into a known conspiracy theory the Russians created out of thin air to deflect responsibility for their actual interference in the 2016 election.
Joe Biden 60 Minutes Interview
Joe Biden sat down for an interview with Norah O'Donnell of 60 Minutes for his first major interview since Donald Trump attempted to get dirt on him and his family from the Ukrainian government, a decision that has led to the House of Representatives opening up an impeachment inquiry into the President. Biden forcefully defended him and his sons characters, saying that he has nothing to hide, unlike the President who has refused to release his tax returns. Biden also spent time lamenting the "lasting damage" the Trump Administration will have on the country.
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