Several 2020 Democrat candidates are ripping CNN and the New York Times for failing to prioritize climate change during Tuesday night’s debate. The candidates – many of whom have referred to climate change as an “existential threat” – slammed the hosts of the Democrat debate for failing to feature climate change as a central topic of discussion.“Climate change is an existential crisis—and yet there were no questions about it in last night’s #DemDebate,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) lamented. “We need to take bold action now to end the climate crisis before it’s too late. And I’ve got a plan for that”: Climate change is an existential crisis—and yet there were no questions about it in last night’s #DemDebate. We need to take bold action now to end the climate crisis before it’s too late. And I’ve got a plan for that. pic.twitter.com/XqJwLDH9DC — Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) October 16, 2019 “Three hours and no questions tonight about climate, housing, or immigration,” Julián Castro wrote, calling climate change an “existential threat”: Three hours and no questions tonight about climate, housing, or immigration. Climate change is an existential threat. America has a housing crisis. Children are still in cages at our border. But you… Read full this story
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