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Debate Wrap-Up: Candidates Focus Attacks On Elizabeth Warren

NPR Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Twelve Democratic presidential contenders took to the debate stage in Westerville, Ohio, Tuesday night. The issue of impeachment was at the top of the agenda.
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