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12 biggest takeaways from the first of two 2020 Democratic presidential debates in Detroit

Rebecca Cook/Reuters

The first round of two 2020 Democratic presidential debates took place in Detroit, Michigan, on Tuesday night.



It was hosted by CNN and moderated by Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, and Don Lemon.



Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, the top candidates on the stage, had the strongest performances.



Ideological differences on health care and immigration were front and center as the candidates went after each other's various plans.



All were united in their criticism of President Trump.

The first of two 2020 Democratic presidential debates took place in Detroit, Michigan, on Tuesday night. These debates are the second set of the 2020 presidential cycle, following June's Democratic debates in Miami. The night featured feisty discussions on health care and immigration, highlighting the ideological divide in the Democratic Party at present. But the candidates were unsurprisingly united in their opposition to President Donald Trump. Tuesday's debate lineup included Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, former Rep. Beto O'Rourke of Texas. Author Marianne Williamson, Gov. Steve Bullock of Montana, former Gov. John Hickenlooper of Colorado, former Rep. John Delaney of Maryland, and Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio. Here are 12 of the biggest takeaways from the first night of the two Detroit debates.
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