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7 takeaways from Democratic debate Night 2: Sparks from Biden and Harris, honesty from Buttigieg

Can we not do this again soon?

Even the most ravenous political junkie may feel overstuffed after gorging on two nights, four hours and 20 candidates' worth of debate smorgasbord.

The presidential candidates sparred. They clashed. (Don't they always?)

They also agreed a fair amount; choosing among Democrats doesn't offer the stark contrast voters will face in November 2020 when, presumably, one of the roughly two dozen candidates now running faces President Donald Trump.

With just about a month until the next round of debates, that leaves plenty of time to

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