Zeoli: 'Ideological Civil War on Full Display' During Democratic Debate

The Rich Zeoli Show 07/31/19

The Rich Zeoli Show
July 31, 2019 - 11:43 am

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On this morning's show, Rich talked at length about the Democratic Debate that took place in Detroit last night. Rich observed two different ideologies do battle on the debate stage, those being a centrist point of view and a radical point of view.

“The ideological civil war [was] on full display last night…I was actually surprised at how many Democrats you never heard of and won’t be President were actually making kind of semi-moderate positions last night, which is also why you’ve never heard of them and won’t become President…[John Delaney, John Hickenlooper, and Steve Bullock] maybe if it was 10 years ago might have a chance in the Democratic Party in the primary process, but not today.”

Listen to Rich's recap of the debate below.

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