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DNC announces lineup for first round of 2020 primary debates, but stage still isn't set

FOXNews.com Thursday, 13 June 2019 ()
The Democratic National Committee on Thursday announced the 20 candidates that made the cut and will take the stage in two weeks for the first round of primary debates.
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The Democratic National Committee announced the lineups for the first party-sanctioned presidential debates. According to Politico, the lineups for the back-to-back nights of debates hosted in Miami were chosen in a random drawing. The lineup on June 26 includes Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, and...

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