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Kamala Harris Drops Out – Who should be next? | 2020 Election | QT Politics
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Kamala Harris Drops Out – Who should be next? | 2020 Election | QT Politics

As the crowded democratic primary race for the 2020 election rages on, voters appear to be coalescing around a narrowing field of realistic choices. The tier 1 choices at the moment appear to be Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren

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PBS NewsHour full episode December 3, 2019
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PBS NewsHour full episode December 3, 2019

JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: the case for impeachment. The U.S. House Intelligence Committee delivers its report on how President Trump subverted national security for personal political gain. Then: on the world stage. We

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The Democratic Debate: Watch the Highlights From the First Half
News Now Stream Part 1 10/17/19 (FNN)
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News Now Stream Part 1 10/17/19 (FNN)

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News Now Stream 10/21/19 (FNN)
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News Now Stream 10/21/19 (FNN)

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Lara Trump: Doesn’t matter who Trump will debate, they’re all terrible
4th Democratic Debate Predictions | QT Politics
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4th Democratic Debate Predictions | QT Politics

The fourth Democratic Debate will be held on October 15th, 2019 in Westerville, Ohio, moderated by CNN’s Erin Burnett and Anderson Cooper, as well as New York Times national editor Marc Lacey. The debate will feature 12 of the top

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