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Amna Nawaz, the primary substitute anchor on the PBS NewsHour, appeared on Monday's Morning Joe to discuss the growing field of Democrat presidential contenders. Mika Brzezinski warned the debate stage is "gonna have to be 500 yards long," and you wonder "if the field just gets watered down" with this many candidates.
Nawaz gushed about how the "incredibly diverse" field of Democrats" is raising exciting new issues -- racial reparations, "Medicare for all," the Electoral College, and "voter suppression."
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AMNA NAWAZ: One of the things that has been so exciting to watch in this incredibly crowded, incredibly diverse field of candidates is the kinds of issues that are rising to the national level of conversation that haven’t been part of presidential campaign conversations before. You know, the bread and butter issues are always going to be the same – health care and the economy and national security – they’re always going...
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