2020 presidential candidates speak at the South Carolina Presidential Convention in Columbia. Featured speakers include former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Kamala Harris, Sen. Cory Booker, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and more.
Watch post-speech interviews with MSNBC's Joy Reid and Al Sharpton below:
Fresh off her speech at the South Carolina Democratic National Convention, Senator Kamala Harris talks with Joy Ried about her campaign, criticizes President Trump's foreign policy and how she plans to get American voters to back a women of color for president.
After giving a speech at the South Carolina Democratic National Convention, former HUD Secretary Julián Castro talks with Joy Reid about his support for slavery reparations and responds to Senator Mitch McConnell's dismissal of that idea.
Senator Amy Klobuchar joins Joy Reid after giving a speech at the South Carolina Democratic Convention and addresses Joe Biden's controversial comments regarding his experience working with two segregationist Southern senators.
Governor Jay Inslee responds to President Trump's reasoning for not doing a strike against Iran saying, "Why are we having this unnecessary tension with Iran? Why are we not observing the agreement, which was on a path to keep them from becoming a nuclear power."
Senator Kristen Gillibrand joins Al Sharpton to discuss how she wants to address institutional and systemic racism if elected president.
Andrew Yang, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, talks to Al Sharpton about his proposal for a "Freedom Dividend," a plan to provide a $1,000 monthly check from the government to each U.S. citizen over the age of 18.
Al Sharpton talks to Senator Bernie Sanders after the Democratic presidential candidate gave his speech at the South Carolina Democratic Convention. Senator Sanders talks about the issue of racial disparities in income, police brutality and his support for H.R. 40.
Representative Tulsi Gabbard talks to Al Sharpton about how United States' "foreign policy is inseparable from domestic policy" and ending "regime change wars" is the best way to pay for other things Americans need.
John Hickenlooper, former governor of Colorado, reacts to President Trump announcing a two-week delay to mass raids against undocumented families.
Tim Ryan, Representative from Ohio, talks to Al Sharpton about how taking the offensive approach to the economy is the best way to win the White House in 2020.
Senator Bernie Sanders reacts to President Trump's announced delay of mass immigration raids that were to start Sunday saying, "I'm glad that Trump made this decision, but that's not good enough. What we need to do is move toward real immigration reform."
John Delaney, former representative from Maryland, talks to Al Sharpton about how discussions about infrastructure, healthcare, and wages is a better way to reach independent voters and beat President Trump.