The Third 2019 Democratic Debate: Key Moments | NYT News

“Our Democratic primary
debate starts right now.”
“You’ve spent the last
two and a half years
full-time trying to sow hate
and division among us.”
“We have a white supremacist
in the White House.”
“I remember President Trump
scoffed and said
he’d like to see me making
a deal with Xi Jinping.
I’d like to see him making
a deal with Xi Jinping!”
“And he is treating our farmers
and our workers like poker chips
in one of his
bankrupt casinos.”
“And now,
President Trump,
you can go back
to watching Fox News.”
“… a huge mistake and
one of the big differences
between you and me:
I never believed what Cheney
and Bush said about Iraq.”
“You qualify for Medicaid
automatically —”
“Are you forgetting what you
said just two minutes ago?
Are you forgetting already what
you said just two minutes ago?”
“I mean, he wants to take
credit for Obama’s work,
but not have to answer
to any questions.”
“I stand with Barack Obama
all eight years.
Good, bad and indifferent.
That’s where I stand.”
“Hell yes,
we’re going to take
your AR-15, your AK-47.”
“My campaign will now give a
freedom dividend of $1,000
a month for an entire year
to 10 American families.”
“You are a vegan
since 2014.
Should more Americans
follow your diet?”
“You know, first of all,
I want to say, no.
Actually, I want to translate
that into Spanish: No.”
“My plan for health care
costs a lot of money.
It costs $740 billion.
It doesn’t cost $30 trillion.
How are we going
to pay for it?”
“In the United States
of America,
we are spending twice
as much per capita
on health care
as the Canadians
or any other major
country on Earth.”
“It’s America.”
“The problem, Senator Sanders,
with that ‘damn bill’
that you wrote and that
Senator Warren backs
is that it doesn’t trust
the American people.”
“So under my
Medicare for all plan,
people have the choice
of a private plan
or a public plan.”
“The mass shootings
are terrible,
but they get all
the headlines.
Children die every day
on streets,
in neighborhoods,
on playgrounds.”
“Year after year, I had an
F rating from the N.R.A.”
“So background checks
and gun licensing,
these are agreed to
by overwhelmingly
the majority of Americans.
I was the first person to come
out for gun licensing.”
“A system right now that
cannot tell the difference
in the threat posed by
a terrorist, a criminal
and a 12-year-old girl
is not a system that
is keeping us safer.”
“Never cage another child.
Make sure that there is
accountability and justice
for the seven lives lost under
our care and our custody.”
“I would in fact make sure
that we immediately
surge to the border
all those people who
are seeking asylum.
They deserve to be heard.
That’s who we are.
We’re a nation that says,
if you want to flee
and you’re fleeing oppression,
you should come.”

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