‘We will continue to raise the bar of participation’: DNC chair on future debate criteria

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‘We will continue to raise the bar of participation’: DNC chair on future debate criteria
‘We will continue to raise the bar of participation’: DNC chair on future debate criteria
The DNC processes stifling debate at a time when we needed most rewarding celebrity candidates with millions of Twitter followers billionaires who buy their way onto the debate and candidates who have been running for president four years. These rules and created exactly the wrong outcomes and they will not help us beat Donald Trump at Senator Michael Bennet, the dnc’s criteria, to make the stage for debate on Thursday post up at the top. But this program, it does appear that those top three candidates – OU Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders. Well, it’s always been up to the voters and what we’ve done. George from the outside is set transparent rules set of fair bar for people communicate for this debate coming up and I’m looking for them to get into this debate stage and I think giving that opportunity is really helpful to decide who this candidate. I understand progress as we get closer and closer to Iowa and New Hampshire. We will see you this morning, wouldn’t change to raise the bar participation because, as we is a very reasonable bar candidates, pretty handily beating our President Trump if the election were need to be held today. But a lot of us are concerned that if you don’t win back, the Senate will be stalled in. If Democrats take back the White House, race go run for Senate in in Colorado, should kittens like better or Warrick Steve Bullock consider doing that if their campaigns don’t take off soon. Those I was in Colorado this week is under water in Maine. We have opportunity to the extreme for the issues that people care about all the issues that matter side are retiring is because they understand cease margins in the US house. We saw how it shows they drop. His independent bid for the White House this week are in 2000 Jill Stein in 2016 cost Democrats the right house. What are you doing to forestall the possibility of a third-party run into thin 2020? They could hurt Democrats a process that is fair and inclusive. And again, I have great respect for 21 candidates who appeared in June and July, and their followers understand that their candidate got a fair shake so that at the end of the day, we are together United around beating Donald Trump and because we understand our democracy. As we know, it, Chrissy back understand the gravity of the moment. They understand appreciate that he kept his word turn the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News app for breaking news alerts, thanks for watching
Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez joins George Stephanopoulos on “This Week” to discuss the upcoming Democratic presidential primary debate.

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