On Friday Seven Democratic Presidential candidates take the stage in Manchester, New Hampshire.
The debate comes on the heels of Monday’s Iowa caucuses that face tech difficult in reporting the voting results.
The New York Times live-updates debate thread explains that Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders are locked in a virtual tie following Iowa. As a result of the tech difficult seen in Iowa CNN Politics tweeted:
This will be the first debate since President Impeached, offered his State of the Union, was acquitted in Senate, held a celebration in our White House, and fired “Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the top Ukraine policy officer on the National Security Counsel — along with his twin brother Yevgeny, who was not an impeachment witness,” and U.S. Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland, Politico reported on Friday.
NEW: Rep. Adam Schiff, after Alexander Vindman was escorted out of the White House: "He upheld his oath when others would not. Right matters to him. And to us.” https://t.co/T6jJcHRldn pic.twitter.com/SoBdKHejtx— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) February 8, 2020
Friday’s Democratic Debate will be hosted by ABC News in partnership with Apple News and WMUR.
Tonight's #DemDebate, hosted by ABC News, WMUR-TV, and Apple News, comes only four days after the Iowa caucuses and less than a week before Granite State voters head to the polls. https://t.co/lExDtGESO3— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) February 8, 2020
This debate will be the last debate before New Hampshire holds their primary on Tuesday.
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