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LAS VEGAS — The latest on the Democratic presidential debate at the Wynn hotel in Las Vegas (all times local):


6:10 p.m.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is defending capitalism - and going after her most serious opponent in the process.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders describes himself as a Democratic socialist Kevin Shattenkirk Rangers Jersey , and in Tuesday's debate he has praised countries like Denmark for their protection of workers.

When the candidates were asked by debate moderator Anderson Cooper if they agree with Sanders' view, Clinton was quick to chime in. She says when she thinks about capitalism "I think about the all the small businesses."

Clinton concedes that every so often capitalism needs to be saved from itself but "our job is to rein the excesses of capitalism."


6:09 p.m.

Bernie Sanders is kicking off his first debate answer by listing some of his favorite countries — Denmark, Sweden and Norway.

The self-proclaimed Democratic socialist says all three nations are examples of places that provide for working people. Sticking with his progressive campaign message, Sanders is railing against a system in the United States that he says benefits the very wealthy.

Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton seized on the comments from her top opponent in the race Chris Kreider Rangers Jersey , saying capitalism can also help small businesses. "We are not Denmark. I love Denmark. We are the United States of America," she proclaimed.

Sanders shot back that business growth is meaningless if it only benefits the "top 1 percent."


6:08 p.m.

Lincoln Chafee says his views on the issues haven't changed, even though his political affiliation has.

The former Rhode Island governor and senator is a former Republican and independent. Now, when he's running for president Marc Staal Rangers Jersey , Chafee says he's a "proud Democrat."

In the first Democratic debate, Chafee says despite those changes in political affiliation, on policy he is a "block of granite."

He says, "I have not changed on the issues."

Chafee says the Republican Party left him and there was no room for a liberal moderate in the GOP.


6:05 p.m.

Hillary Rodham Clinton is immediately defending changing her position on the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement last week.

She says Kevin Hayes Rangers Jersey , "Like most human beings, I do absorb new information."

Clinton adds that she had hoped the agreement would be "the gold standard," but in the end says "it didn't meet my standard."

Asked whether she is a "progressive" or "moderate," she describes herself as a "progressive" with "a long history of getting things done."


6:04 p.m.

Hillary Rodham Clinton says economic fairness for the middle class is the centerpiece of her campaign for president.

She's promising to raise the minimum wage and push companies to share profits with their workers.

She also offered a message directly to women in her opening statement: "Fathers will be able to say to their daughters J.T. Miller Rangers Jersey , you too can grow up to be president."


6:02 p.m.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is appealing to the middle class in his opening debate comments, saying the top 1 percent is thriving while regular Americans are working longer hours for lower wages.

He is also calling for campaign finance reform to curb the influence of the wealthy, combating climate change and spending more on education and jobs for young people to keep them out of jail.


5:58 p.m.

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says his executive experience makes him the best leader.

He is citing his work pushing to raise the minimum wage, promoting gay marriage and advancing gun safety legislation as he introduces himself at the first Democratic debate. O'Malley says his work is evidence that he know how to get things done and is "very clear" about his principles.


5:52 p.m.

Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb is emphasizing his "record of working across the political aisle" in his opening statement Authentic Pavel Buchnevich Jersey , while promoting his national security credentials.

He says he "fought and bled" for his country in the Vietnam War as a Marine and later served as the secretary of the Navy in the Reagan administration. He is calling for a "common sense" foreign policy to keep the nation safe.


5:50 p.m.

The Democratic debate is underway with opening statements.

The first statement comes from former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chaffee, who reviewed his resume and boasted of having no scandals while in office.


5:40 p.m.

CNN is broadcasting the debate live to virtual reality headsets.

Partnering with company NextVR, the network is making the views available to some 100,000 people who possess an Oculus-made Gear VR headset that works with specific Samsung smartphones.

Not everything will be visible Authentic Brady Skjei Jersey , though. Viewers won't see the notes the candidates are writing on the pads of paper on their podiums. NextVR's post-production director Timothy Amick says its cameras were specifically positioned far enough away to not get a peek at the scribbles.


5:30 p.m.

President Barack Obama is trying to rally Democrats before the party's first presidential debate.

The president spoke to the party faithful via a video aired before the faceoff. He cited progress, like the legalization of gay marriage, that has occurred since his election.

The president asked Democrats to "work even harder" in this election cycle to ensure he is replaced by a Democrat next year.


4:40 p.m.

Nevada Sen. Harry Reid is giving no inkling of which Democratic presidential candidate he plans to support, calling the participants in Tuesday's debate "five of my friends."

Reid says he expects the debate to be substantive. It's the first of six scheduled Democratic debates Authentic Rick Nash Jersey , a number Reid said he was

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