Joe Biden turns impeachment to his advantage in fifth Democrat debate

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar  South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg Sen. Elizabeth Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden participate in the Democratic Presidential Debate at Tyler Perry Studios November 20

U.S. Democratic debate: Presidential candidates clash, again, over ‘Medicare for All’

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Sens. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of MA held dueling rallies on Atlanta's historically black college campuses, pitching their progressive policy slates to a younger African American audience that is viewed as up for grabs. Pete Buttigieg, the South Bend, Indiana, mayor who has been rising in opinion polls but has very little backing from black voters, acknowledged the hurdles he still faced with winning broader support. But moderates worry that Medicare for All is more complicated and may not pay the same political dividend. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota was next at 5% and was followed by entrepreneur Andrew Yang at 4%.

When congresswoman and military veteran Tulsi Gabbard directly challenged his shallow national record, the perpetually unruffled Buttigieg shot back in a fiery demeanour he rarely reveals, suggesting he can turn the passion up a notch when required.

Coming out of their debate in a key center of black America, the leading Democratic presidential contenders aimed for the party's crucial black and minority vote, with the scramble putting internal party tensions on display. But they clashed over who would be better positioned to defeat Trump at the ballot box - a deliberation over the elusive issue of electability.

On Wednesday, Harris pointedly passed up an opportunity to take Buttigieg to task when she was asked about his campaign using an image of a Kenyan woman in association with its plan for improving the lives of black Americans.

Warren said that the rich and powerful in this country don't want people of different backgrounds to come together and support each other. "And if you think a woman can't beat Donald Trump, [House Speaker] Nancy Pelosi does it every single day".

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"Black voters are pissed off, and they're anxious", he said.

During a post-debate event, Harris lambasted Buttigieg for comparing the struggles of black and LGBTQ communities. It was only the third time a primary debate has been hosted by an all-female panel.

Reuters/Ipsos public opinion polls in October and November found that Biden has the support of 32% of Democrat, independent and unaffiliated African Americans in the nominating contest.

"Show up for me", she said.

She then offered a litany of policy proposals: new spending at historically black schools, repealing the 1994 crime law, legalizing marijuana, overhauling federal housing policy, student loan debt forgiveness.

The top Democratic presidential candidates are clashing over a "Medicare for All" plan to provide universal, government-run health insurance - again. "We have a broken campaign finance system, but Tom has been spending his own money fighting climate change, and you can't knock somebody for having money and spending it in the right way". "And keep punching at it".

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Quipped Harris from across the stage: "No, that's not true".

Medicare for All has dominated the primary - especially for Warren. Warren's speech either. "She could really be for us".

Sanders made a point of saying Wednesday that he'd send Medicare for All legislation to Congress during the first week of his administration.

"We need somebody who can go toe-to-toe who actually comes from the kinds of communities that he's been appealing to", Buttigieg said. "Secondly, I stumbled on out Vladimir Putin doesn't prefer me to be president".

"First of all, I'd say I'm sorry I beat your guy", Yang said with a grin, drawing howls of laughter from the audience.

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