Sunday Night’s Dem Debate Moved From Phoenix To DC

(Washington, DC) — Sunday night’s Democratic presidential debate is being moved from Phoenix to Washington, DC. A statement from the DNC says the move was made out an abundance of caution related to the growing coronavirus crisis. The debate will take place at CNN’s studios in DC, with no live audience. It will air live on CNN and Univision, starting at eight o’clock, Eastern time. Meantime, Univision anchor Jorge Ramos has bowed out of the debate after recently being in proximity with someone who was in direct contact with a person who has tested positive for the coronavirus.