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Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard won the Democratic Debate on Tuesday according to a Drudge survey with a vote of 39.44 percent

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard topped the first online poll of the night after Tuesday's Democratic Debate.

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The 38-year-old congresswoman decided to attend the debate at the last minute, despite previous threats to boycott it and spoke about her veteran experience in the Middle East and called for deposition by Donald Trump and won 29,242 votes (39.44) %), according to an work ass poll.

In her time on stage alongside 11 other Democratic candidates, she gave a passionate speech about the American presence in Syria – calling it a & # 39; regime change war & # 39; – and argued with mayor Pete Buttigieg about the removal of American troops there.

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard won the Democratic Debate on Tuesday according to a Drudge survey with a vote of 39.44 percent

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard won the Democratic Debate on Tuesday according to a Drudge survey with a vote of 39.44 percent

Sen. Elizabeth Warren was declared the winner by Vox and CNN in the debate. She climbed to the front runner in the race where she handled ruthless attacks from her more moderate rivals

Sen. Elizabeth Warren was declared the winner by Vox and CNN in the debate. She climbed to the front runner in the race where she handled ruthless attacks from her more moderate rivals

Sen. Elizabeth Warren was declared the winner by Vox and CNN in the debate. She climbed to the front runner in the race where she handled ruthless attacks from her more moderate rivals

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However, other political experts claimed that Bernie Sanders was placed at the top and secured the approval of Congressmen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortes and Ilhan Omar.

The first online poll of the night saw Gabbard rise to the top, followed by Andrew Yang, Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren

The first online poll of the night saw Gabbard rise to the top, followed by Andrew Yang, Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren

The first online poll of the night saw Gabbard rise to the top, followed by Andrew Yang, Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren

Sanders, who is usually criticized for his aggressive and angry front, seemed cheerful on stage, just a few weeks after a heart attack. When Senator Cory Booker joked & # 39; Senator Sanders is for medicinal marijuana & # 39 ;, he joked: & # 39; I'm not working on it tonight. & # 39;

Senator Elizabeth Warren was also named the winner of the debate and was considered a leader in the race after having ruthlessly attacked her rivals on her healthcare plans and taxes during the three-hour battle.

And the attacks of its more moderate counterparts are not unjustified, as the senator in Massachusetts continues to rise in the polls.

& # 39; Warren was the centerpiece, with the other candidates at almost all distances from Biden. Warren (where we are heading) was not entirely smooth sailing, but it was a confirmation that she may now be seen as the front runner, & said Aaron Blake of the Washington Post.

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Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar was hailed as the winner of her surprisingly aggressive front in this debate in which she repeatedly attacked Warren and called out to her for not answering if she would levy taxes on the middle class for her Medicare-for-all healthcare proposal.

The moderate candidate called her and said, "I'm sorry Elizabeth." You make republican talks in this room. Bernie is honest. We owe it to the American people to tell them where we will send the bill. & # 39;

Pete Buttigieg

Pete Buttigieg

Amy Klobuchar

Amy Klobuchar

Winners: Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar were considered winners of the night for their aggressive fronts in the Tuesday debate in Ohio

Joe Biden
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Joe Biden

Tom Steyer

Tom Steyer

Losers: Former Vice President Joe Biden and businessman Tom Steyer disappeared into the background of Tuesday's event

Tuesday's presidential debate: (from left to right) Tulsi Gabbard, Tom Steyer, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Pette Buttigieg, Andrew Yang, Beto O & # 39; Rourke, Amy Klobuchar and Julián Castro the debate stage Tuesday evening in Westerville, Ohio, organized at Otterbein University

Tuesday's presidential debate: (from left to right) Tulsi Gabbard, Tom Steyer, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Pette Buttigieg, Andrew Yang, Beto O & # 39; Rourke, Amy Klobuchar and Julián Castro the debate stage Tuesday evening in Westerville, Ohio, organized at Otterbein University

Tuesday's presidential debate: (from left to right) Tulsi Gabbard, Tom Steyer, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Pette Buttigieg, Andrew Yang, Beto O & # 39; Rourke, Amy Klobuchar and Julián Castro the debate stage Tuesday evening in Westerville, Ohio, organized at Otterbein University

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Some people criticized this point – her care plan – as Warren's loss of the night. Although she was asked four times if her Medicare-for-all proposal would raise taxes for the middle class, she failed to provide a direct answer, leading Buttigieg, Klobuchar and Beto O & # 39; Rourke to pushing her.

Buttigieg was a surprise winner of the night, according to CNN's Chris Cillizza, for hitting Warren hard on her Medicare-for-all plan.

He also struggled with Rep. Gabbard & # 39; s call to end the American wars in the Middle East and marked a tense moment between the two military veterans where he clapped back and said: & sincerely, Congressman, I think that's completely wrong. The slaughter in Syria is not a consequence of the American presence, it is a consequence of a withdrawal and betrayal by this president of American allies and American values ​​& # 39 ;.

This Google trend survey shows that search interests reached a peak for Tulsi Gabbard on Tuesday, followed by Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden

This Google trend survey shows that search interests reached a peak for Tulsi Gabbard on Tuesday, followed by Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden

This Google trend survey shows that search interests reached a peak for Tulsi Gabbard on Tuesday, followed by Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden

This CNN chart shows how long each candidate spoke during the three-hour Tuesday debate. Elizabeth Warren had the most speaking time, followed by Joe Biden and Amy Klobuchar
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This CNN chart shows how long each candidate spoke during the three-hour Tuesday debate. Elizabeth Warren had the most speaking time, followed by Joe Biden and Amy Klobuchar

This CNN chart shows how long each candidate spoke during the three-hour Tuesday debate. Elizabeth Warren had the most speaking time, followed by Joe Biden and Amy Klobuchar

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana, also dug into former congressman Beto O & Rourke about his proposed mandatory repurchase of assault rifles.

He said: & # 39; I don't need lessons from you in courage – political or personal. & # 39;

All this time, former vice president Joe Biden was called a loser by many. Despite the leadership in the polls, Biden's performance continued to stand out when compared to his colleagues' aggressive tactics and ran around the issue of his son's business deals and the Ukrainian scandal.

He boasted that the other candidates did not meet his performance in office, which led Warren to tell him that she & # 39; was very grateful to President Obama & # 39; for taking a measure to which she participated during his presidency.

Tom Steyer was also slammed as a loser of the night. It was his first time in the debate stage, but he failed to shine against his outspoken rivals, but challenged Trump and said: & # 39; I'd like to take him as a real businessman & # 39 ;.

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