Call it a rematch. Call it 'Round Two.' The Democrats running for President are about to hit the debate stage for the second time in the 2020 campaign.
The two debates take place in Detroit. The featured candidates tonight are Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, and you can be sure they will be talking about Medicare for all. Sanders started the conversation during the 2016 campaign, and others including Warren are calling for the same thing. Michael Johns of the National Tea Party movement says either Bernie or Warren need to separate themselves from the other.
"They both are embracing the socialist label, and that raises the question of what ultimate is the difference between them," Johns explained.
So that is what we will be watching for tonight. Tomorrow is a rematch between Kamala Harris and Joe Biden, who says he is done playing nice.
"I was probably overly polite," Biden said late last week.
Johns says Biden needs a better performance.
"There's a universal perception that Biden took a significant hit in the first debates," Johns stated.
Johns says the confrontation between Biden and Harris over race issues a month ago in Miami helped Harris in the polls.