Monday January 20, 2020

Democrats can’t continue to blame impeachment hearings for lack of interest in candidate debates

Going by Trump’s performance in 2016, political debates are no longer make or break events and, in the age of social media, may be relics of the past

24th November, 2019

You’d be forgiven if you missed the fourth Democratic debate featuring ten of the current presidential contenders as each battled to stand out from an overcrowded field.

You’d be forgiven because most of America overlooked it too – it was watched by just 6.6 million people at prime time on Wednesday night.

Philosophers may differ on the impact of trees falling in forests, but pundits agree that if debates plummet in the...

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