CNN and Univision announced the moderators for the March 15 Democratic debate Thursday morning. CNN’s chief political correspondent Dana Bash and “The Lead” anchor Jake Tapper will moderate alongside Univision’s Jorge Ramos. Univision’s Ilia Calderón will also be on hand to facilitate questions from the audience.The debate will take place in Phoenix, Arizona, from 8 p.m. ET to 10 p.m. ET.The announcement came the same day Sen. Elizabeth Warren dropped out of the race and one day after former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg suspended his campaign, too. The only candidates left in the race are Sen. Bernie Sanders, former vice president Joe Biden and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. Qualification threshold announcements for this debate are forthcoming, but Gabbard has not yet met the criteria for any debates this year.Also Read: Democratic Candidates Fling Attacks, but Few Stick in Latest DebateViewers — and listeners — interested in the 11th Democratic debate of the primary season will be able to catch it live as it airs exclusively on CNN’s cable channel as well as CNN en Español, CNN International and Univision. The debate will also stream live without a requisite cable login on CNN.com’s homepage, on mobile devices via CNN’s apps for iOS and Android, and via CNNgo apps for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast and Android TV. It will also stream on Univision’s digital properties. The audio of the debate will stream on CNN’s Amazon Echo, SiriusXM and Westwood One Radio Network channels.Read original story CNN and Univision Announce Moderators for March Democratic Debate At TheWrap
In what has become something of a tradition at Democratic primary events, protesters interrupted Joe Biden as the former vice president was about to deliver his closing remarks at the Las Vegas Democratic debate on Wednesday night.The protesters began shouting from the back of the room just after Biden was invited to speak. It was difficult to make out precisely what they were chanting while watching the debate on television, but early on, one protester could be heard saying “You deported 3 million people!,” a frequent criticism of the Obama administration’s immigration policies.Toward the end of the demonstration, which lasted around a minute, other members of the audience began cheering; it was not entirely clear if the cheering was in support of the protest or to drown it out. Biden began his closing remarks after the protesters were escorted out of the auditorium.Also Read: Elizabeth Warren Rips Michael Bloomberg Over His Response to Sexual Harassment NDAsMoments later, the activist wing of Immigrants-rights organization RAICES claimed credit for the demonstration. “We are interrupting @JoeBiden at the DemDebate chanting DontLookAway and NoKidsInCages. We need a Democratic candidate to adopt the MigrantJusticePlatform and commit themselves to improve the lives of migrants and refugees!,” the organization said on Twitter.For his part, Biden looked around silently as he waited for the demonstration to stop.It was actually the fourth time protesters have interrupted a Democratic primary event, and the second time it’s happened to Biden. Protestors interrupted him during the third round of Democratic debates in September 2018, just as the former Delaware senator was preparing to answer a question about how he has responded to professional setbacks and resilience.In that instance, the chanting was audible but not clearly identifiable due to the location of the protesters and fact they weren’t chanting in unison, but activist Jess Davidson, who attended the debate, said they were shouting, “We are DACA recipients. Our lives are at risk.”Protesters also interrupted New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s opening remarks during the Democratic debate in July. And in October, trans rights protesters interrupted Pete Buttigieg during a CNN town hall.WATCH: Protesters interrupt the DemDebate as the debate nears end. pic.twitter.com/pybqj99BKE– MSNBC (@MSNBC) February 20, 2020 Read original story Protesters Interrupt Biden’s Closing Remarks at Nevada Democratic Debate At TheWrap
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Apparently, the idea of women doing their makeup on public transport is actually rather triggering for some.
“Don't have kids at your wedding, no problem. Don't make me spend £4k on flights and accommodation to be told that my baby cant come.”
A mum has sparked a heated discussion online about whether there's an age limit on kids calling their parents 'mummy' and 'daddy'
Hillary Clinton has worn red, white, and blue outfits made by Ralph Lauren for three major political events, including Sunday night's second presidential debate.
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Was Melania Trump subtly signaling her support for Democratic presidential nominee and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton through her wardrobe choice this evening?
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The world falls roughly into two camps: those who keep their eggs in the fridge and those who think room temp is best. Years ago, most of our condiments, including our eggs, were kept in the kitchen cupboard, but recently more and more of us are opting to move them into the fridge. Some eggs-perts *groans again* argue eggs should be kept in the fridge to avoid incidence of food poisoning, like salmonella.
That’s Huma Abedin in the red and white dress. The first Democratic debate only wrapped about about 14 hours ago, but already, it’s been covered to death. So let’s talk about something #demdebate related, that has absolutely nothing to do with Hillary Clinton’s “damn emails”: The fact that her right-hand lady, Huma Abedin, wore the (almost) same exact dress as Kate Middleton! It’s important, OK??