The US Democratic Party TV debate will fight again on July 30! CNN forecast list released

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The US Democratic Party TV debate will fight again on July 30! CNN forecast list released Taiwanese Yang Anze ranked 10th

The 59th presidential election of the United States debuted on November 3, 2020. In order to fight for the Democratic Party’s election campaign, the second round of the TV debate in the party will be held on the 30th for two days. According to CNN's latest 16th edition, Andrew Yang, the second-generation immigrant in Taiwan, is ranked 10th, and heavyweight Senator Bernie Sanders is ranked 4th, while the first is by the former vice president. Joe Biden scored.

The following are the top 10 CNN forecasts that are most likely to win the Democratic nomination.

10. New York entrepreneur Andrew Yang

Yang Anze, an entrepreneur, relied on the Internet to set off a whirlwind in the US political arena. He was also concerned by the mainstream media and advocated raising the basic income of every American adult. The Sino-US trade war is not good for anyone, just hurting two. The interests of workers and businesses in the country.

After the first round of debates on the 27th of last month, Yang Anze's popularity soared, attracting more than 100,000 netizens to become his new fans. However, CNN believes that his performance is not as good as expected, but his fundraising ability will allow him to advance to the third debate in September this year.

9. Former Housing and Urban Development Minister Julián Castro

Castro was the third generation of Mexican immigrants. In 2001, he became a member of the San Antonio City Council. In 2009, he became the mayor of the city. In 2014, he entered the Obama administration and became the youngest minister of the cabinet. He was also heavily regarded by former President Obama.

CNN pointed out that Castro’s first round of debates was quite eye-catching, raising funds has exceeded the threshold for entering the next wave of debates, and the forthcoming debate is expected to bring him more supporters.

8. Former Texas Congressman Beto O'Rourke

Orlock has the title of "Democratic Political Star" and became famous in the mid-term elections in November last year. Although he lost to Republican Cruz (Ted Cruz) by less than 3%, he also set a new record and became a democracy. The party elected the Senate in the history of Texas, and the votes were closest to the Republican Party.

7. Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar

Clobuch used to be a prosecutor and corporate lawyer, and was described by foreign media as the first moderate candidate for the Democratic Party to challenge President Trump. She has said that if she is elected president, she will return to the international climate agreement, set stricter gun control, and add more ink to the national health insurance.

6. Democratic Senator Cory Booker

As an African-American candidate, Booker is no stranger to the racial issue. He played against Biden in the last debate and took the upper hand. He has pointed his finger at Trump a few days ago, emphasizing that he is worse than racists. "He actually uses racial metaphors and words to gain political interests." CNN reported that Booker has expressed his concern that Biden is aiming at the debate. Again, this week, the focus has shifted to Biden’s criminal justice reform program.

The US Democratic Party TV debate will fight again on July 30! CNN forecast list released

FILE PHOTO: Twenty 2020 Democratic presidential candidates who will participate in the party's first debate in Miami later this month in a combination file photos (L-R top row): U.S. Senators Bernie Sanders, Kirsten Gillibrand, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, Michael Bennet, and Elizabeth Warren. (L-R middle row): Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, former HUD Secretary Julian Castro, Former Gov. John Hickenlooper, and Gov. Jay Inslee. (L-R bottom row): Entrepreneur Andrew Yang, U.S. Representatives Tim Ryan, Tulsi Gabbard, Eric Swalwell, Author Marianne Williamson, Former Representatives John Delaney and Beto O'Rourke. REUTERS/Files/File Photo

5. Pete Buttigieg, Mayor of South Bend, Indiana

Batig Gig is 37 years old. He is a veteran. He is also a minority of gay politicians who have publicly appeared in the cabinet. He has served as two mayors in South Bend City and is interested in becoming the youngest in the United States and the first in history. President.

4. Senator Bernie Sanders

Sanders is the most senior non-party member of Congress, but he has always worked with the Democratic Party. When he started the campaign in March this year, he said that he defeated Trump, the most dangerous president in modern American history. He campaigned for political protection, raised the minimum wage, and allowed illegal immigrants to stay in the United States through "full immigration reform." Within the territory.

3. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren

In February, Warren made a statement in the 2020 presidential election, advocated raising taxes on the rich and protecting the rights of the working class. CNN reported that Warren’s political views were mostly similar to those of Senator Sanders, and the confrontation between the two would be the focus of this debate.

Warren has repeatedly publicly criticized Trump in the past, not only describing Trump as a "racist", but bluntly speaking, the White House oval office should not be biased, but also emphasizes that the major cases related to Trump are not just through the Russian investigation, bold It is predicted that Trump may be jailed in the future.

2. Senator Khamal Harris

He Jinli is the second African-American female senator in the history of the United States, and the "most beautiful prosecutor" in the mouth of former US President Obama. In the past, she was responsible for many serious crimes such as sexual assault and murder. The hard style of the years has also attracted many supporters.

1. Former Vice President Joe Biden

Biden is currently one of the most popular candidates in the Democratic Party. He served as a six-member senator and successfully raised $6.3 million (about NT$19.947 million) in funding 24 hours after he announced his candidacy. This is the third time that Biden has entered the White House. He was elected to the US President in 1988 and 2008 respectively.

CNN said that Biden is still in the leading position, and the most important job now is to be prepared to take the other people's attack on him.