In Nevada, six leading candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination squared off Wednesday night in one of the most contentious debates of the primary season.
Senator Bernie Sanders sought to defend his position as front-runner, while former Vice President Joe Biden, Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Senator Amy Klobuchar tried to attract more supporters.
Senator Elizabeth Warren led the night in Nevada with full of attacks on the new person on stage: billionaire former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg.
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