Amy Klobuchar’s candidacy may be fading, but she made an important point against Bernie Sanders’s and Elizabeth Warren’s push for Medicare-for-All during tonight’s Democratic debate. On page eight of the bill, health insurance as we know it today would be eliminated.
And Pete Buttigieg seized on the opportunity to highlight his own Medicare-for-All-Who-Want-It proposal by saying he trusts the American people, which Sanders and Warren do not. The joint attacks on the staple of both Sanders’s and Warren’s campaign was meaningful.
Then, Kamala Harris was given the opportunity to pile on. She did. She echoed Buttigieg’s push for a choice between private and public plans.
The debate continues and we’ll update this as more is made of the Medicare-for-All debate.
It’s important that Democrats on the debate stage are fighting against the notion of Medicare-for-All as a universal healthcare plan. It says they’re listening and that Sanders and Warren have a harder hill to climb than before the debate.
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