CNN 15 Jan 2020

2020 Democratic presidential candidates clash on health care


During the CNN/Des Moines Register Democratic debate, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Mayor Pete Buttigieg faced off on health care, highlighting their key differences in the race.

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