Using the hashtag #DebateWithBernie, Sanders took on such GOP primary leaders as former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, former neurosurgeon Ben Carson and reality TV star Donald Trump. Sanders called out Republicans for "their desire to go to war" and their attacks on Planned Parenthood, and highlighted topics that got little to no attention, like income inequality and climate change.
Sanders came out swinging, taking a jab at Florida Sen. Marco Rubio after he made a joke about climate change in his opening remarks:
He later claimed Ohio Gov. John Kasich's stances prove he doesn't know the American people:
Sanders also retweeted a post from Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) on Sen. Ted Cruz's arguments against Planned Parenthood funding:
And of course no debate live-tweeting would be complete without a post about Trump, former purveyor of ties and mattresses:
Read the latest updates on the GOP debate here.
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