How the Dems used their time during the second night of the first primary debate
The Democratic presidential candidates went beyond their time limits often and interrupted each other even more.
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidates largely ignored time constraints during the second night of the first primary debate, seeking break out moments and ways to distinguish themselves from the rest of the field.
Moderators gave top-polling candidates extra time to explain their positions on healthcare, immigration and economic policy, with California Sen. Kamala Harris and former Vice President Joe Biden speaking on average about 15 seconds longer than allowed.
Biden was involved in most...