MIAMI ― Sen. (D-Mass.) the most at the first Democratic presidential debate of the 2020 cycle, but her ideas ― and those of Sen. (I-Vt.), who will be at Thursday’s debate ― drove the discussion nonetheless.

“We’ve had the laws out there for a long time to be able to fight back,” Warren said Wednesday. “What’s been missing is courage.” 

Ten candidates stood on stage at the Adrienne Arsht Center’s Knight Concert Hall on Wednesday, but it was the party’s left-wing that controlled the night. Throughout the evening, Warren, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary and New York City Mayor pushed issues including decriminalizing unauthorized migrant crossings and “Medicare for All” to the forefront of the party conversation. 

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