Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bennet took questions from voters tonight at a CNN town hall in Atlanta, Georgia.
We're wrapping up our live coverage, but you can scroll through the posts below to see how it unfolded.
In case you missed it, here are the key things we learned:
- On impeachment: Bennet said that although he believes President Trump committed impeachable offenses, he thinks Congress should do its job and investigate him.
- On Trump's tariffs: Bennet criticized Trump's plan for a 5% tariff on imports from Mexico. He said Trump has imposed tariffs that hurt American farmers at “the last moment they need them.”
- On abortion rights: Bennet said if he’s elected president in 2020, he would defend abortion rights by only appointing federal judges who would “uphold the precedent of Roe v. Wade, to begin with.”
- On universal health care: Bennet said he supports a “public option” that would allow people to buy into Medicare. He said his plan is “Medicare for All — if you want it. But if you want to keep the insurance you have, then you could do that as well.”