CNN Second Democratic Presidential Debate: Democratic candidates for president are all set to face off each other again across two nights of debate, which is going to be held in Detroit this time. The first night of debate is going to held on Tuesday, July 30 and the second is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, July 31.
Previously, in the month of June, the first day of Democratic Debate 2019 was held on June 26, Wednesday and the second one on June 27, Thursday. The majority of the leaders on 10-person debate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination concluded the second night on June 27 that was held in Miami.
Second Democratic Debate Format
The debates are going to start with 60-second opening statements, which is going to be followed by 60-second responses to questions which have been posed by CNN’s hosts such as Dana Bash, Don Lemon, and Jake Tapper.
CNN is also not going to ask the candidates “show of hands” questions. And as per to some representatives from the network who have told that they are also going to penalize any of the candidates who “constantly interrupts” by dropping the amount of time that candidate has given to speak.
The candidates are also going to appear at the Fox Theater in downtown Detroit, a location that hosted the infamous 2016 Republican presidential primary debate where Donald J. Trump defended the size of his manhood after Senator Marco Rubio of Florida criticized it.
Where to Watch the Debate?
The debates are going to start on each night at 8 p.m. on CNN, CNN en Español as well as CNN International. If you want to Livestream the debate, then you can go to CNN.com and on CNN apps, comprising CNNgo.
Now, this time, CNN’s Don Lemon, Dana Bash as well as Jake Tapper are going to host this fierce debate.
Who won the Previous Democratic Debate 2019 (June 26 and 27)?
After two nights, and four hours, of Democratic debates, it’s the time to decide that which candidate won and who lost.
Talking about the first night, Julian Castro got the most nods from NBC’s post-debate panel, while Kamala Harris, on the other hand, was praised for the duration of the second night.
According to the NBC News’ post-debate analysis, the search for Kamala Harris was up 500%, and in overall it helped in finding out that she had presented a great demonstration as well as good debate.
As per to the Drudge Report [unscientific], the poll has Yang leading with a 28.44 percent that is 12,468 votes. While on the other hand, the next highest lead is of Kamala Harris with 15.09 percent, that is 6,639 votes. Well, we can see a significant gap between the top two spots.
Second Democratic Debate Lineup
Here is the lineup for both the nights of the second Democratic debate, let’s have a look….
Tuesday, July 30
Author Marianne Williamson; Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan; Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar; Pete Buttigieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana; Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders; Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren; former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke; former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper; former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke; and Montana Gov. Steve Bullock
Wednesday, July 31
Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet; New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand; former Housing Secretary Julian Castro; New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker; former Vice President Joe Biden; California Sen. Kamala Harris; tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang; Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard; Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The next Democratic presidential debate is scheduled to be held in Houston this September.