Is Joe Biden the Democratic Favorite or Did Kamala Harris Knock Him Down?

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On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss the key moments and their major takeaways from the second Democratic Presidential debate. Which candidates improved their standing in this Primary Election, and did Kamala Harris damage Joe Biden's chance at the nomination with her targeted attacks on the former VP? Guests: Bob Schlehuber - Producer for 'By Any Means Necessary' | LIVE from Miami: Analysis of Democratic Presidential Debate Night #2 Ted Rall - Political Cartoonist & Syndicated Columnist | Who Were the Winners and Losers from the First Presidential Debates? Walter Smolarek - Producer for 'Loud and Clear' | LIVE from South Korea: The State of US-North Korea Relations Tim Black - Entrepreneur, Author, Activist and Talk Host | Presidential Debate Takeaways & Joe Biden's History with Civil Rights Last night was the second consecutive day of Democratic Presidential debates as Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, and seven other candidates got their opportunity to present themselves to prospective voters. Bob Schlehuber, 'Producer for 'By Any Means Necessary,' joins Garland and Lee from Miami, Florida where the debates were held to provide his analysis on last night's event, some of the debate's major moments, and which candidates are likely to generate excitement with voters in the Democratic Presidential Primary. According to most polls, former Vice President Joe Biden was the frontrunner for Democrats heading into this first round of Presidential debates. Political Cartoonist & Syndicated Columnist Ted Rall returns to 'Fault Lines' to discuss his winners and losers from these debates, the key issues that were addressed by the candidates, and if Joe Biden's status as the leading contender to win the nomination will be maintained moving forward. One of the major foreign policy focuses of the Trump administration thus far has been the relationship between the US and North Korea along with the issue of nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula. Walter Smolarek, 'Producer for Loud and Clear,' joins the hosts live from South Korea to talk about the Trump administration's policies regarding North Korea, nuclear weapons in the region, the possibility of eventual Korean reunification, and the danger of North Korea being repeatedly demonized by the mainstream media. For the final two segments, the hosts are joined by Talk Host & Author Tim Black for a conversation about the Democratic Presidential debates and to get his take on the performances of the various candidates. Additionally, they discuss last night's notable exchange between Joe Biden and Kamala Harris about civil rights and Joe Biden's past involvement with anti-bussing legislation.

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