Here’s ABC News’ fact check of the second of two Democratic presidential debates in Miami between former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sen. Kamala Harris, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Michael Bennet, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, former Gov. John Hickenlooper, Rep. Eric Swalwell, author Marianne Williamson and entrepreneur Andrew Yang. Interested in Democratic Party? Add Democratic Party as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Democratic Party news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Democratic Party Add Interest Our team of journalists from ABC News reviewed some of the 2020 candidates’ statements on both nights of the debate in an effort to provide additional context, details and information.(MORE: Fact-checking candidates on the issues: Democratic debate night 1) FACT CHECK: Sanders defends his record on guns Rachel Maddow: “A Vermont newspaper recently released portions of an interview you gave in 2013, in which you said, ‘My own view on guns is, everything being equal, states should make those decisions.’ Has your thinking changed since then, do you now think there’s a federal role to play?” Sanders: “Well that’s a mischaracterization of my thinking.” Maddow: “It’s a quote.” Sanders: “Look we have a gun crisis right now. Forty thousand… Read full this story
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