MIAMI Ten Democratic White House hopefuls found broad consensus Wednesday night on a range of issues guns, immigration, climate change reserving the full measure of their contempt and their harshest put-downs for President Donald Trump.
There were a handful of clashes among contestants, who shared a stage at a fine arts center in downtown Miami for the first of two consecutive debate nights.
But their differences were largely on the margins or matters of degree how far left should the party move, and how quickly as the mostly friendly rivals used the question-and-answer format to paint small portraits of their candidacies.
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