Tulsi Gabbard: Voters "Frustrated" with South Carolina Debate

The tenth Democrat debate that took place on Tuesday night landed considerably high ratings, bringing in more than 13 million viewers. Nevertheless, many Americans still believe that leftist 2020 candidates are more interested in fighting with one another than they actually are in delivering for the country.

Yesterday, Democrat candidate Tulsi Gabbard sat down for an interview with Fox News in order to speak about her thoughts on this week’s debate. The war veteran opined that Americans are ultimately “frustrated” with how the South Carolina debate turned out, reports Breitbart News.

Tulsi Gabbard by Gage Skidmore, on Flickr

Tulsi Gabbard” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Furthermore, Gabbard explained that despite the current trajectory of the election, her focus remains on becoming president of the United States and continuing to spread her message to voters across the nation.

Gabbard on the Latest Dem Debate

The 2020 Democrat kicked off talks about the debate by admitting that she couldn’t bring herself to “watch most of it.” After noting voters’ irritation with the manner that her rivals have chosen to conduct themselves, Gabbard then stated that certain issues should’ve been addressed during Tuesday night’s debate; the issues in question include the coronavirus, betterment of Americans’ lives, and the prevention of coronavirus’ spread.

Fox News also requested Gabbard to share her thoughts on the prospect of Sanders becoming the frontrunner of the Democrat Party and the potential nominee; as we all know, Sanders’ ascension has concerned many members of the Democrat establishment, along with more moderate members of the party.

Gabbard briefly spoke about the socialist senator, stating that she agrees with him on some issues, but not all. Ultimately, the war veteran reiterated her point that “[putting] country first” and “working to address challenges” is most important in this presidential election.

More on the South Carolina Debate

Democrat candidates who engaged in the South Carolina debate spent a lot of time shouting at one another and attempting to get the last word in. The debate kicked off with both Bloomberg and Sanders taking a fair amount of heat from other contenders.

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Donald Trump signs” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

On Tuesday, the former New York City mayor attempted to undo some of the damage his candidacy has absorbed by pushing back on Sanders’ candidacy and criticisms from Warren. Each of the contenders were provided with decent amounts of speaking time and the nearly two-hour debate simply showed why electing radical leftists and socialists into office is a terrible idea.

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