Bahamas brace for a 2nd hit, new 'SNL' cast member comes under fire and Dems clash in third debate: The Morning Rundown
Who were the winners and losers from the third Democratic debate?
Democratic presidential candidates former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., shake hands after the show down in Houston last night. David J. Phillip / AP
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So who won? NBC News's Jon Allen and Lauren Egan take a look at how the candidates fared — from those who gave their campaigns a likely boost to those who mostly missed the mark — in this analysis piece.
There was plenty anticipation for the three frontrunners — former Vice President Joe Biden and Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren — to appear alongside each other for the first time.
NBC News' Alex Seitz-Weld has the recap, laying out how the front-runners approached the third debate cautiously, which left room for the seven other candidates to hit their passion points — and take some jabs at the former vice president.
“In the Bahamas we’re all family in some way. It saddens our hearts to know so many people have lost their lives,” said Tia Gibson, who has also been contributing to the relief efforts at Christ Episcopal Church in Miami's Coconut Grove neighborhood. "I just want to help."
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