(Worthy News) - When the top Democratic presidential hopefuls take the debate stage Tuesday, America will see a race that has changed dramatically since the candidates faced off just a month ago.
The new dynamics include Joseph R. Biden fending off accusations of nepotism and corruption involving his son Hunter, Sen. Bernard Sanders of Vermont striving to demonstrate vitality after suffering a heart attack, billionaire Tom Steyer seizing a spot for the first time in the debate limelight and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts surging to the front in leadoff states by running against the uber wealthy.
What’s more, the political drama on stage will be overshadowed by House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry targeting President Trump. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More...) ]
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