Snakes and ladders in Iowa as Democrat battle hots up
A bad-tempered row between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders was the main talking point last week as the Democratic contenders limbered up for the caucuses in the crucial swing state
Not even sub-zero temperatures, heavy snow and a lacerating wind could dampen the enthusiasm of the thousands of Democrats who converged on the Drake University campus in Iowa last week, ahead of the last debate before primary season kicks off in earnest.
With less than three weeks to go before the Iowa caucuses play an outsized role in dictating which Democrat will challenge Trump in 2020, the Olmstead building at Drake became a hub of...
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