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Oct 16, 2019

Politics

3-4 minutos - The Washington Post




While Trump gave Democrats an early reprieve from their internecine policy battles, those fights quickly emerged once the debate shifted from the president to candidates’ visions for what they would do in office. 

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George Kent, the deputy assistant secretary of state responsible for Ukraine, is the latest Trump administration official deposed as part of Democrats’ impeachment inquiry.

Twelve candidates, three hours and a wide-ranging exchange on issues domestic and foreign.

The top candidates are still at the top, and others still struggle, but perceptions have shifted.

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A running transcript of the fourth debate between 2020 Democratic presidential primary candidates.

Did the normally sanguine mayor show he can take a punch? Or come across as preachy?

Who won, who lost, and what changed.
  • Analysis
But the senator emerged with a strong performance.

  • Perspective
For the first time, all winners of the “Sammies” are from outside the Washington area, indicative of the 85 percent of federal employees who do not live in the capital region.

  • Analysis
But banning foreign companies also poses a risk to Beijing.

The intraparty feud comes amid the rapid growth of inequality in the U.S., with the 400 richest Americans tripling its share of the national wealth since the early 1980s

The former vice president’s campaign struggled to gain financial steam in the past three months.

The senator from Vermont wins the backing of the congresswoman from New York, a major coup and a potential blow to Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts.

  • Analysis
Here's a roundup of eight claims from the fourth Democratic presidential debate of the 2020 campaign.

Get live updates and news as 12 Democratic candidates take the debate stage.

Texas Democrats called for the resignation of GOP House Speaker Dennis Bonnen after the audio's release, in which he also urged a conservative activist to target members of his own party.

Former officials said Giuliani repeatedly made the case that the U.S. government should turn Fethullah Gulen over to Turkey, which has accused him of taking part in a 2016 coup.

As they return from recess, lawmakers have summoned another key State Department official to testify behind closed doors Tuesday about the Ukraine controversy.

  • Analysis
Could a split decision from the D.C. Circuit cause 'the real constitutional crisis?'

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