RELATED STORIES CBS as well as the Congressional Black Caucus Institute on Tuesday play host to the 10th Democratic dispute, live from the Charleston Gaillard Center in Charleston, S.C.. It is the last as well as 3rd key showdown scheduled for the month of February, and comes simply days ahead of the state’s Feb. 29 main.
The debate preempts the Eye network’s normal schedule, which consists of NCIS, FBI and also FBI: Most Wanted— all of which return with brand-new episodes on Tuesday, March 10. (They are preempted once more next Tuesday, March 3– also known as Super Tuesday.)
The two-hour debate will include 7 candidates. Those that qualified (identified making use of a mix of polling standards as well as the existing delegate matter) will certainly show up on stage in the adhering to order (from left to right):
* Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg * Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg * Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren * Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders * Former Vice President Joe Biden * Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar * Businessman Tom Steyer
Sanders presently stands as the Democratic frontrunner, complying with a crucial gain his rivals in the Nevada caucus. Yet in a brand-new NBC News/Marist survey, he tracks Biden in the South Carolina key.
Per CBS News, the format of the dispute will certainly enable prospects to respond to straight inquiries for one min and 15 seconds, with 45 secs for rebuttals. There will certainly be no opening or closing statements, yet each candidate will certainly obtain a closing concern.
CBS Evening News‘ Norah O’Donnell and CBS This Morning‘s Gayle King will certainly act as moderators of the dispute. They’ll be joined by Face the Nation‘s Margaret Brennan, CBS News’ chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett as well as 60 Minutes‘ Costs Whitaker.
The argument begins at 8 pm ET. It can be streamed by means of CBSN or CBS All Access on Roku, Apple TV and also Amazon Fire TELEVISION. It will likewise be simulcast on BET as well as Twitter. Enjoy along and review in the remarks.