How to watch part two of the 2020 Democratic debates tonight

There is a competition for who will be Democratic presidential candidates in 2020. Once again, 20 candidates are sending two nights to convince the Democrats that they are against Donald Trump.

This time CNN sponsors this event at the Fox Theater in Detroit, Michigan. The front runners Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren got along well with the other players and most of the other candidates were on the offensive. Tonight, Joe Biden will test his temper on Kamala Harris, Cory Booker and other volunteers.

If you want to do as the discussion progresses, do the following:

When is the debate done

Like last month's debate, they split into two nights on Tuesday, July 30 and Wednesday, July 31, from 8 pm to 10 pm.

How can I see it?

CNN offers several ways for you to host and discuss. You can view them:

  • streaming online at
  • (cable subscription is not required) via CBSN's TV on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast and Android TV's CNNgo app. CBSN will also be reporting before and after the dispute.

If you want concurrent commentary The New York Times and Washington Post You can also log in to your favorite social media chat and exchange ideas with other experts.

Who actually discusses?

Full house two nights. Once again, each candidate gets 60 seconds to answer a question and 30 seconds to refute. According to CNN, colored light will be used to help panelists spend time on their reactions.

Tuesday lineup included:

Wednesday lineup included:

Who controls?

CNN correspondents Jake Tapper and Dana ask questions. Bash, Dash Lemon

It may finally be a controversial argument to filter the crowds of Democratic hopefuls to a more reasonable number. If you are interested in today's politics, you can not miss it.

CNN is posting highlights of discussions about the site and the Facebook group. CNN Replay, comment on the progress. Key moments of the dispute can also be found on the YouTube channel and major news outlet sites. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, CNN seems to have decided that people who missed the original broadcast would be able to rely on edited excerpts to prevent the entire contents of the discussion from being played (or to be played by someone else). Candidate's performance. We will notify you when it changes.

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