When the moderators of the first 2020 Democratic presidential debate asked for a show of hands of those who supported the now-scrapped Iran Nuclear Deal, all but Sen. Cory Booker raised their hands.
President Trump vowed to get rid of the deal, if he was elected president in 2016. Promise made, promise kept. Trump defeated Clinton and began to systematically undo President Obama’s legacy, including the Iran deal he negotiated.
Booker said that would like to see the U.S. get back into the deal, but refused to openly say support President Obama’s deal.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar backs the deal, but her “It was imperfect, but it was a good deal at the time” comment, is not a glowing endorsement of Obama’s deal.
Klobuchar echoed what Booker said, saying that she “negotiate” the US “back into that agreement.”
Democrats praised the performance of all the participants, saying that it was “strikingly clear” that any of their candidates “would be better president” than Trump
The Republican National Committee (RNC) fired back, focusing the the socialist agenda ‘all’ of the candidates appear to be advancing.
“Tonight, we saw the Democrat Party advocate for open borders and proudly raise their hands to eliminate our choice of healthcare for our families. These socialist policies would kill our economy and put Americans out of work. The fact remains, President Donald Trump has restarted our economy and reestablished American leadership around the world. Voters know that President Trump has delivered on his word and it is why Democrats will lose in 2020.” –RNC Spokesperson Rick Gorka