Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders both accidentally called the coronavirus a virus from the past—SARS and ebola, respectively—while answering questions on the COVID-19 crisis during Sunday night's Democratic debate.
On Wednesday, Israeli Foreign Minister, Israel Katz criticized U.S. Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders for comments he made during Tuesday's party debate in which he spoke about potentially moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel, from Jerusalem back to Tel Aviv.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he was "wrong" to make comments that offended his employees that signed nondisclosure agreements. "I don't remember what they were," Bloomberg said, "but if it bothered them I was wrong and I apologize. I'm sorry for that."
During Wednesday's Democratic Debate both former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg and former Vice President Joe Biden took credit for ending stop-and-frisk, however retired Judge Shira Scheindlin said they had nothing to do with it.
President Donald Trump talked about Wednesday's Democratic debate during a campaign rally speech Thursday in Colorado where he said former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg "can't debate" and that Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar "choked."
Protesters from the immigrant advocacy group RAICES Action interrupted former Vice President Joe Biden's closing remarks at Wednesday's Democratic debate in Nevada. "You deported three million people!" they cried.
As the former New York City mayor prepares for his first nationally televised debate, the fallout from a viral video of his remarks about farming could deal a damaging and lasting blow to his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.