Round 1 of the Democratic debates is over. Now comes the fallout, the second-guessing, the rethinking of strategies. Will Joe Biden continue to have a lead in the polls? Did Bernie Sanders, rather than stand out as the principal challenger to Biden, become just one of the pack? Can Kamala Harris build on a very strong performance? Conversely, can Beto O’Rourke rebound from what was regarded as a less than stellar showing? And is there room for another candidate to break through? NPR’s Ron Elving joins us to analyze the two nights and to figure out what happened.
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