DiscoverThe ArgumentWhich 2020 Underdogs Stand a Chance? (LIVE from NYC)
Which 2020 Underdogs Stand a Chance? (LIVE from NYC)

Which 2020 Underdogs Stand a Chance? (LIVE from NYC)

Update: 2019-04-171
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What should U.S. immigration policy look like? The columnists debate Kirstjen Nielsen's resignation, Trump's xenophobia and Obama's legacy on immigration live on stage at the Times Center in New York. Then, in response to listener voicemail, Ross, Michelle and David discuss the 2020 candidacies of Pete Buttigieg, Kirsten Gillibrand, Andrew Yang, Cory Booker and Amy Klobuchar. For background reading on this live episode, visit nytimes.com/theargument


For tickets to our live show in Boston, visit https://timesevents.nytimes.com/theargumentboston

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Jason Huntley

Michelle's first words describe the attitude and mindset of the Left perfectly, arrogant. The Left's reluctance and sometimes inability to have a logical, consistent, and coherent discussion is perfectly summed up with her beginning statement. Ross did a decent job, but the talk was dominated by Michelle and so things questions like why are open borders bad? Why are Dems saying there's a crisis now, but not when Trump called it a crisis? Which cities are declining in population and why? Here's a hint, democratic taxes, poor immigration policies like sanctuary cities, and unaffordable housing.

Apr 30th
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Which 2020 Underdogs Stand a Chance? (LIVE from NYC)

Which 2020 Underdogs Stand a Chance? (LIVE from NYC)