2020-02-20 15:15:34

Democracy Now! 02/20/20



Bloomberg Takes Debate Stage for First Time & Struggles to Face His History of Misogyny, Racism. “Most Important Issue for Most People”: Split on Healthcare Continues to Define 2020 Race. Mayor Pete Attacked by Rush Limbaugh Amid Debate over Whether He Is an LGBTQ Trailblazer. Bernie Sanders Says “Will of the People” Should Decide Democratic Nomination, Not Party Insiders.

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