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Who stood out at the third Democratic debate?

CBS News Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Tuesday night's Democratic presidential debate and why it's clear that Elizabeth Warren has become the frontrunner.
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Third Democratic Debate: Best Moments . Twelve candidates took the stage for the CNN/New York Times debate in Westerville, Ohio. . Impeachment was the first topic, with all the candidates in agreement that Trump should be removed from office. . Joe Biden defended his son Hunter when asked about his...

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