ICYMI - round-two of the Democratic debates are over. And, there were some fireworks.
No surprise, the messy health care debate took center stage during the two-day event which aired live on CNN.
Here's a rundown of who participated.
DNC Debate Candidates - Wednesday, July 31
DNC Debate Candidates - Tuesday, July 30
Here are a few excerpts from the debate:
"I don't understand why Democrats on this stage are fear-mongering about universal health care. It makes no sense. Ask the American people, they are sick of what the pharmaceutical companies are doing to them. Ask them what they feel about the health insurance companies. They feel it's holding back their families because they can't get the coverage they need. They get a lot of noes. They don't get a lot of help from health insurance companies," De Blasio said.
"The healthcare industry made a $100 billion in profits last year. Tonight, as we speak right now, 500,000 Americans are sleeping out on the street, and yet companies like Amazon that made billions in profits, did not pay one nickel in federal income tax," Sanders said.
Former Vice President Joe Biden also did not shy away from sharing his thoughts on the U.S. healthcare system:
"Obamacare is working. The way to build this and get to it immediately is to build on Obamacare. Go back and do -- take back all the things that Trump took away, provide a public option, meaning every single person in America would be able to buy into that option if they didn't like their employer plan, or if they're on Medicaid, they'd automatically be in the plan," Biden said.
How did President Donald Trump think the debate went last night? His tweet says it all.
The people on the stage tonight, and last, were not those that will either Make America Great Again or Keep America Great! Our Country now is breaking records in almost every category, from Stock Market to Military to Unemployment. We have prosperity & success like never before..— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 1, 2019
Watch the video above for a few more takes on healthcare.