Fact-checking the Ohio Democratic presidential debate
Wednesday, 16 October 2019 This story will be updated as we complete more analysis. On a crowded debate stage, a dozen Democratic presidential candidates sparred over health care, talked about reining in the excesses of capitalism and debated how to protect workers in an age of technological upheaval. The evening opened with a volley of questions on impeachment — including President Donald Trump’s attacks on former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter's ties to Ukraine — then pivoted to a dissection of candidates’ policy differences. PolitiFact fact-checked several statements made by the candidates at the recent debate in Westerville, Ohio. See Figure ... >>More
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