Tulsi Gabbard was most searched candidate after Democratic debate

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And in the first Democratic debate on 26 June, she really stood out.

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, emerged as the most-searched candidate on Google following the Democratic debate Wednesday night despite trailing several others in recent polls. On Thursday night, 10 different candidates will debate. Making it that much more likely that she will be the woman to go toe-to-toe with Donald Trump in 2020. He said he found her views on foreign policy appealing, and said he knew many who felt even more warmly toward her. Gabbard is the first female combat veteran to ever run for president, and is a major in the Army National Guard. Sources also say Corey Booker was the top Google search during the debate.

Listen to everything Tulsi Gabbard said during the first night of the first Democratic presidential debates in Miami, Florida.

Her best moment came during an exchange with the hapless Rep. Tim Ryan of OH, whose big idea for re-connecting the Democratic Party with working-class voters in the industrial Midwest is apparently to keep USA troops deployed in Afghanistan for perpetuity.

Video by MSNBC, published June 26, 2019. Well, we just have to be engaged?

"As a soldier, I will tell you, that answer is unacceptable".

We still have 2,000 troops in Syria, 5,000 in Iraq, 14,000 in Afghanistan. "We are no better off in Afghanistan that we were when this war began". Money that should be going into communities here at home.

Woodrow Wilson's slogan in 1916 was: "he kept us out of war" before sending Americans to war the following year, and FDR broke the tradition of two term presidents in the 1940 election because war was imminent. "I am ready to do that job when I walk into the Oval Office". "When we weren't in there they started flying planes into our buildings". "The Taliban didn't attack us on 9/11".

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"The Taliban didn't attack us on 9/11".

Gabbard is a four-duration of time congresswoman whose opposition to foreign wars is the central theme of her political campaign.

"The neocons in the Trump administration and Saudi Arabia and [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu get created a assert the set up it'll be very hard for President Trump to get away from a warfare with Iran", she acknowledged. Tweeting something surprising is similar to serving in the Iraq War? Huh.

It's unclear if Gabbard's performance, or the alleged interest it provoked, will have any impact on her standing in the polls. I've served with LGBTQ service members both in training and deployed downrange.

Ryan said he felt he came out of the debate as the person who can win in the Midwest with an economic message. "It is this kind of discrimination that we need to address".

Tweeting from Gabbard's Twitter account, Gabbard's sister blasted NBC during the debate for the discrepancy, saying it was "clear" that Warren was the favorite.

A Washington Post video, on the other hand, said Gabbard had a "shaky delivery and ignored questions".

That Gabbard was willing to duck a softball, red meat question about raising wages for women to focus on America's war-making overseas was nonetheless a refreshing moment amidst the otherwise dreary, shockingly left-wing rhetoric from the rest of the Democratic field on stage tonight.

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