Tuesday Democratic Debate: What Is Trump’s Reaction?
President Trump’s Reaction to Tuesday Democratic debate was Controversial and said the economy would tank if any of the Democratic “clowns” running for president won and argued that after watching the debate, it’s no wonder they’re pursuing impeachment. , it’s no wonder they’re pursuing impeachment.
Tuesday night’s presidential debate came with a lot of commotions, Senator Elizabeth Warren, came under attack from all sides through Tuesday night’s presidential debate, as former Vice President Joe Biden defiantly defended his son’s business practices overseas and vehemently denied any wrongdoing.
“You would think there is NO WAY that any of the Democrat Candidates that we witnessed last night could possibly become President of the United States,” Trump tweeted. “Now you see why they have no choice but to push a totally illegal & absurd Impeachment of one of the most successful Presidents!”
Trump additionally told the economy would crash on Great Depression-type levels if one of them were to be elected. “Our record Economy would CRASH, just like in 1929, if any of those …. became President!” he said.
Warren success in Tuesday democratic debate
As we said before, twelve Democrats took the debate stage on Tuesday Democratic debate, but it was Senator Elizabeth Warren who had most of the speaking time and weathered most of the attacks from her competitors, a manifestation of her front-runner status.
“There are states that have passed laws that will virtually prevent women from having access to reproductive health care, and it is not an exaggeration to say women will die,” Harris said. “Poor women, women of color will die because these Republican legislatures in these various states who are out of touch with America are telling women what to do with their bodies.”
A key feature of the debate
Health care has been a major feature of every Democratic debate this election cycle. A major plank of that, women’s access to health care, has not. And Sen. Kamala Harris has had enough of it.
That the issue has come up so little in past debates is “outrageous,” the California senator said, in one of the most moving moments of Tuesday’s three-hour debate.
Warren has repeatedly tried to not saying she’d raise taxes on middle-class families to pay for the creation of the single-payer health care system she supports, “Medicare for All.” On Tuesday night, she stuck to that message, stating simply, “I will not sign a bill into law that does not lower costs for middle-class families.” South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg retorted, “Well, we heard it tonight — a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ question that didn’t get a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer.”
Warren, for her part, said taxes would go up for the wealthy and corporations but insisted it would not for the middle class. None of her Democratic counterparts were buying that argument and called her out for her evasiveness.