The South Carolina Democratic Debate in 3 Minutes 30 Seconds
Sanders Ends The Debate With The Most Speaking Time
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders closes tonight 10th Democratic debate with the most speaking time, finishing the night at 15 min. and 3 sec. Sanders goes into the South Carolina leading on Saturday as the party’s front-runner, which made him a target during tonight’s debate, fielding questions about his past voting record on gun policy and his strength to pay for “MEDICARE for All.”
After Sanders, the majority of the contestants fell within a two-minute band of speaking time ranging between 13 min. and 29 sec. and 11 min. and 44 sec.
Billionaire businessman Tom Steyer spoke for himself the least, at 7 minutes clean. Steyer has spent the most time and money in South Carolina.
This is the latest news about approx 15 minutes conversation. There was lots of billionaire businessman to attend the short debate. Another level of speech and debate were going blast.
Misinterpretation and Mottoes
As the debate come to a close, mediator Gayle King asked the candidates what the biggest misconceptions about them were and what their personal mottoes were. Here are their answers:
1. Misunderstanding: The huge misconception about me is that I defined by business success and money.
2. Motto: To tell the fact and do what’s right, no matter what.
1. Misconception: I’m boring, ‘cause I’m not.
2. Motto: Klobuchar quoted the late Minnesota Sen. Paul Wellstone: “Politics is about improving people’s lives and read more…