The Democratic presidential candidates had their eleventy billionth debate Tuesday night. It was a largely uninformative and annoying affair, with the airhead CNN moderators asking loaded questions about when and where the candidates would be willing to start wars or assassinate people, but demanding answers about how new welfare programs would be paid for. (Twenty-year land wars in Asia are free, apparently.)

But one conclusion was clear: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is the most consistently anti-Trump candidate — the one most willing to oppose his every move.

Of course, every candidate claimed to be committed to defeat President Trump by any means necessary. In his closing statement, billionaire Tom Steyer compared Trump to an athlete who was kicking his teammate — that is, the American people — in the face, perhaps implying he’s the hockey enforcer candidate for 2020.

However, Sanders was the only one who stated that he would not support the U.S.-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade agreement passed out of the House. While he granted the agreement would provide some modest improvements relative to the status quo, he argued it was too small and weak to support. It’s a fair position — in fact, he understated the case. …read more


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